Box# 34

Folder# 649
World's Fair
Corporation:
Executive Committee
Meeting Reports (7)
Jun 13,1962
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UNI8P'HIIIIt

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J AGENDA ITEM 1.
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NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT F'LUSHING MEADOW PARK
FLUSHING 52. N.Y. • TtLtPHONE ·AREA CODE 212 · WF 4·19G4 • CAIILE ADDRESs''WORLOSF ... IR"
678 DAYS TO OPENING OF F Affi
AGENDA
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
JUNE 13, 1962
Consideration and approval of minutes of
Executive Committee meeting, May 7,1962,
(including review of resolution on p. 2,
ROI!IERT MOSES
PRESIDENT
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Agenda Item 2
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I AGENDA ITEM 2. Financial status
(See reference memorandum)
Mr. Spargo
Fair Notes
Q.. Financial Report
ITEM 3. Additions to staff
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(See reference memoranda)
Bloomberg, Supervisor
Electrical Building Code matters
Effective August 1, 1962
.Q. Pazel G. Jackson, Jr.
Construction Engineer - Effective 6-8-62
£. Harold Lloyd - Utili ties Coordinator
Replacement for Herman Singer
g. Arthur J. Lessmann- Insurance Division
Replacement for Mr. Carroll
Gen. Potter
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NEW YORK WORLD'S F'AIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT FLUSHING MEADOW PARK
FLUSHING 52, N.Y. • TELEPHONE -AREA COD£ 212 • WF 4-1964 ' CABL£ ADDRESS"WORI.OSFAIR"
ROBERT MOSES
Pfti!:.IIDENT
ITEM 4. Industrial area
Mr. Stone
!· Ratification of executed
agreements of lease
1. Project '64
2. Amendment to lease
Electric Power & Light Exhibit, Inc.
3. Others
£. Status of negotiations
(See reference memorandum)
ITEM 5. Transportation area
§. Authorization requested
1. Greyhound Exhibit
(See reference memorandum)
2. Transportation and Travel Pavilion
(See reference memorandum)
3. Others
.Q. Status of negotiations
(See reference memorandum)
1. Heliport, restaurant and club
(See reference memorandum)
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Mr. Tozzoll
Mr. Tozzoli
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT FLUSHING MEADOW PARK
FLUIHINO 62. N.Y. • TE:LEPHONE·AREA COD£ 212 · WF •·1964 • CA•L£ ADDRE:SS "WORLDSFAIR"
.. CACI: T"IIOUOH
UNDCII.,.ANDINO
AGENDA ITEM 6. International area
!· Ratification of agreements
of participation
../ 1. Republic of Pakistan - 5-15-62
./ 2. Republic of Panama- 6-1-62
I 3. Republic of The Philippines - 5-18-62
v 4. Oiliers(ffHiofitt)
J .Q. Status of negotiations
(See reference memorandum)
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J £.Report on Gov. Poletti's trip
, Report on Holy See Exhibit
ITEM 7. United States Exhibit
V AGENDA ITEM 8. State participation
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!· Ratification of agreements
of participation
1. State of Missouri-
2. Others
.Q. Status of negotiations
(See reference memorandum)
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R08E:RT MOSES
PIIUIDENT
Gov. Poletti
Represen.tative ·
Delaney
Gen: Potter
Gen. Potter
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NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964·1965
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT FLUSHING MEADOW PARK
FLUSHING 52, N. V. • TELEPHONE· AREA Coo£ 212 • WF 4·1964 • CABLE ADDRESS "WORLOSF'AIR"
ROBERT MOSES
PltUIDENT
ITEM 9. Concessions and Operations
Mr. Constable
£!:. Authorization to negotiate
and execute agreements
./ 1. Amendment to Flushing Airport /
lease
(See reference memorandum)
2. Others
j b. Status of negotiations
£.. Approval of admission tickets
and parking rates
(See reference memorandum)
d. Appointment of special policemen
Joseph Podolec
Dominick Di Santo
Fred J. Collett
Francis C. Lawless,
Harry K. Brant
John A. Saar
Jr.
Mr. Constable
Mr. Constable
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Dominick C. Agnoli
AGENDA ITEM 10. Lake area Judge Rosenman
g. Status of negotiations
(See reference memorandum)
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UNDI,.aTANCINO
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NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT MEAOOW PARK
FLUSHING 52. N.Y. • TELEPHONE ·AAtA Coo£ 212· WF' 4·1964 • CA.BL£ ADDRESs"WORLDSFAIR"
ROBERT MOSES
Pl!r.SIDENT
/AGENDA ITEM 11. Fair Engineering and Construction Gen. Potter
,g. Authorization requested
1. Bids for Maintenance Building
(See reference memorandum)
.Q. Amendment to Ru1es and Regulations - Piles
(See reference memorandum)
,g. Status report
(See reference memorandum)
/AGENDA ITEM 12. Department of Parks
Engineering and Construction schedu1e
g. Status Report
(See reference memorandum)
ITEM 13. Public Relations
g. Authorization to negotiate and
execute agreements
1. Agreement with United Press
International -- Official photographer
for still photographs
(See reference memorandum)
2. Others
AGENDA ITEM 14. Other business
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Mr. Andrews
Mr. Berns

NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT F'L.USHING MEADOW PARK
F'LUIIHING 52. N.Y. • TELEPHONE· AREA CoDE 212 · WF' 4·1964 • CABLE ADDRESS
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AGENDA ITEM 15. Annual meeting of Members and
Directors - November 1, 1962
AGENDA ITEM 16. Next meeting of Executive Committee
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Projection Room - 30-second film clip of Unisphere
model- United States Steel
Hour - TV program
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ROBERT MOSES
PRESIDENT
Mr. Berns
JUN'E 13, 1962
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EACH SQUARE EQUALS 25,000 S.F.
0 LEASE SIGNED
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RENTABLE AREA 3,240,000S.F.
LEASE SIGNED 1,385,000S.F.
ALLOCATED 398,000S.F.
TOTAL ALLOCATED I, 783,000S.F.•57%

RENTABLE AREA 1,740,000 S.F.
LEASE SIGNED 600,000 S.F.
ALLOCATED 840,000S.F.
TOTAL ALLOCATED 1,440,000 S.F.= 83%
FEDERAL AND
RENTABLE AREA 1,450,000S.F. *
LEASE SIGNED 360,0 00 S.F.
ALLOCATED 1,090,000S.F.
TOTAL ALLOCATED 1,450,000S.F.•IOO%

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ADDITIONS TO STAFF
ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT:
Sheldon Bloomberg, Supervisor
Electrical Building Code matters
Effective August 1, 1962
(See reference memorandum)
Pazel G. Jackson, Jr.
Construction Engineer
Effective June 8, .1962
(See reference memorandum)
Mr. Harold Lloyd, Utilities Coordinator
Started May 7, 1962 as a replacement for
Mr. Herman Singer, resigned, salary $12,000
COMPTROLLER'S DEPARTMENT:
Mr. Arthur Less mann, Manager, Insurance Dept.
Started :May 24, 1962, as a replacement for
Mr. James Carroll, resigned, whose salary
was $11,000
AGENDA ITEM 3.
June 1, 1962
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$11,000
$12,000
$12,000
$10,000
FROM:
SUBJECT;
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
DATE: May 18, 1962
Wllllam Whipple, Jr.<---_
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Request authority to hire Mr. P
as an additional engineer in this department.
man to work under the Director of Construe
on account of increase in the number of our o con ts
as those of our exhibitors. I intend to shift Mr. ]iltb o , Assis t
Chief of Plans, to this function and replace him vl!th . Jackson
when hired.
'!'he proposed rate of pay for Mr. Jackson is $12, 000.
per yea.r, which is the same as Mr. Babson is now getting.
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Mr. Jackson is a thoroughly qualified engineer, having
the degree of Bachelor and Master of Civil Engineering from CCNY
in addition to graduate level studies in Columbia, CCNY and Case
Institute. He has worked his way up in the office of the Borough
President of Manhattan to grade of Civil Engineer and that office
bas "reluctantly" agreed to let him go. He has been on active duty
as a first lieutenant in the Army Corps of Engineers. In addition
to his civil service job, he has successfully maintained a private
practice as a consulting engineer for the last four years and is in
his spare time in charge of the N.Y. office of a small consulting
group headed in Cleveland. He is energetic and appears to have a
good personality. ·
This employment has been approved by Messrs.
Constable and Witt and is particularly recommended by Judge
Maguire. If approved, this employment will be effective as of
June 18, 1962.
WW/wh
cc: Mr. Stuart Constable
Mr. Erwin Witt
Judge Edward C. Maguire
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
TO: Mr. Robert Moses
DATE: June 7, 1962
FROM: William Whipple, Jr.
SUBJECT:
In accordance with your previous approval, we
will delegate to architects and engineers of exhibitors
responsibility for supervison of construction to assure
compliance with the building code; however spot checking
will be exercised by t."le Fair Corporation. I recommend
that there be approved now the employment of Mr. Sheldon
Bloomberg, retired division engineer of Department of
Water Supply, Gas and Electricity, effective l August 1962,
at a salary of $11, 000. annually.
I have talked to Mr. Bloomberg, and :find him
alert and spry despite his 69 years. He seems sincerely
anxious to do a good job. He is recommended particularly
by Mr. Lurkis, Chief Engineer of the Department. Stu
Constable and Jack Hennessy give him a good reputation.
Mr. Adam Kopf recommends him highly. I think Mr.
Bloomberg could be of major assistance to us in a critical
area.
Stu Constable and Irwin Witt concur.
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AGENDA ITEM 13
MEMORANDUM
TO:
NEW YORK WORLD'S. FAIR 1964 -196lCORPORATION
/ DATE: LyJune 8, 1962
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MR. MOSES
P'ROM:
John V. Thornton
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United Press International Agreement
Attached hereto is a draft of proposed agreement which we have drafted
and Mr. Berns' office recommends be negotiated with United Press Inter-
national {UPI) constituting UPI as the "Official World's Fair Photographer
for Still Photographs. " The Fair Corporation retains the right to designate
other persons as "Official World's Fair Photographers", provided that, in
so doing, additional descriptive language indicates approximately the type
of photographic work in which such persons shall be engaged (for example,
"Official World's Fair Photographer for Motion Pictures", "Official World's
Fair Street and Visitor Photographers").
The proposed agreement provides that UPI will take still photographs
for the Fair Corporation whenever request is made by the Fair Corporation
on a cost plus fifteen per cent (15%) arrangement, and that the Fair Corpora-
tion will use no other contractor to take still pictures for it. It is also con-
templated that UPI will render photographic services, on a non-exclusive basis,
to such participants in the Fair as may wi.sh to engage its services.
UP! will charge the Fair Corporation for actual labor and reasonable
out-of-pocket expenses incurred in doing a particular still photographic job
for the Fair Corporation plus fifteen per cent {15%). In connection with its
services for the Fair Corporation, the Fair Corporation agrees to furnish
UPI with necessary photographic facilities such as space for the processing
and developing of still pictures, film and dark room chemicals.
In return for the Fair Corporation's constituting UPI as "Official World's
Fair Photographer for Still Photographs", UPI will pay to the Fair Corporation
five per cent (5%) of its gross receipts derived in connection with the rendering
of photographic services to participants in the Fair. Participants will have
no obligation to use UPI's services, and may make whatever arrangements they
deem feasible.
This draft agreement has been coordinated with and approved by Mr. Berns,
Mr. Constable, and Mr. Witt. It is approved by us as to form. It has not yet
been submitted to UPL
cont.
MR. MOSES -2- June 8, 1962
If you approve the substance of the agreement, we recommend
that you request the .Executive Committee to authorize you to negotiate
an agreement with UP! substantially in accordance with this drait
agreeimnt, but with such additions or modifications as may be approved
as to substance by you and a.s to form by this office.
JVT:dsm
Attachment
THIS AGREEME.'NT made this day of
1962 by and between NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
(hereinafter called the "Fair Corporation"), a non-profit membership
corporation organized and exist]ng under the law of the State of New York,
with its office at Flushing Meadow Park in tl'1e Borough and County of Queens,
City and State of New York, and UNITED PRESS INTE.RNATIONAL (hereinafter
called "Contractor") a corporation organized and existing under the law of the
State of having its office in the Borough of Manhattan, City
and State of New York;
WHEREAS, the Fair Corporation will operate a World's F'a.l.r in the
years 1964 and 1965 on a site (hereinafter referred to as the "Fair site")
leased byit from the City of New York; and
WHEREAS, t..lte Fair Corporation, for its own purposes and for those
of participants in the Fair, including but not limited to exhibitors, concessionaires,
and licensees of the Fair Corporation, and others, desires assurance that
still photographs of buildings, exhibits, entertainments, attractions, events
and activities relating to the Fair and to partlcipants in the Fair, and still
photographs of Fair related projects and activ1ties, will be made expeditiously
available to the Fair Corporation, participants and others; and
WHEREAS, Contractor desires to take and supply such still photo-
graphs, in the manner and to the extent hereinafter set forth;
NOW, THEREFORE
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in consideration of the covenants, promises
and agreements hereinafter set forth, it is hereby agreed that the Fair
Corporation will use Contractor as an independent contractor to take still
photographs for it and shall permit Contractor to take and supply photographs
for participants in the Fair upon the following terms and conditions:
1. Supervision
All operations of Contractor in supplying still photographs to
the Fair Corporation under this Agreement shall be under the
direction of the Fair Corporation and shall be properly carried
out to the satisfaction of the Fair Corporation.
2. Designation as "Official Photogra;eher"
The Fair Corporation hereby constitutes and designates
Contractor as the "Official World's Fair Photographer
for Still Photographs
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, and agrees that it shall not con-
stitute or designate any other participant in the Fair or any
other person as the "Official World's Fair Photographer for
Still Photographs". The Contractor accepts and agrees,
however, that the Fair Corporation rnay constitute participants
or other persons as
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0fficial World's Fair Photographers";
provided, however, that the Fair Corporation in so doing
shall by the use of additional descriptive nomenclature delineate
approximately the type of photographis work in which such person
shall be engaged (e. g. "Official World's Fair Photographer for
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Motion Pictures;" "Official World's Fai.r Street and Visitor
Photographer").
3. Services for Fair Corporation
Upon receipt of notice from the F'air Corporation that it
desires Contractor to take stiU photographs for it,
Contractor shall perform at the required place and time,
at the rates set forth in Article 5, the abovementioned
photographic services required by the Fair Corporation.
This A<p•eement shall not constitute any guarantee or
warranty that the Fair Corporation will order any
minimum amount of photog:t·aphic work from Contractor.
Additionally, this Agreement shall not preclude the Fair
from using its own personnel in connection with the taking
of still pictures for the Fair Corporation's own purposes.
4. Services for Participants
Contractor sba.ll also render photog-raph.l.c services, involving
the taking of pictures, to participants in the Fair when so
requested by the individual participants, at rates to be fixed
by mutual agreement in each case, but in no event to exceed
the rates Contractor normally c h a r g ~ s its <Jeneral customers
for such photographic services.
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Contractor agrees that each participant in the Fair,
subject to his Agreement with the Fair Corporation, and the
rules and regulations of the Fair Corporation, shall have the
right to make his own arrangements for the abovementioned
photoqraphic services, and shall have an unlimited right to
make his own arrangements with other companies rendering
photographic services.
In rendering photographic services for any participant
in the Fair, Contractor shall only be permitted to take photo-
graphs which depict or relate substantially entirely to the
building, exhibit, entertainment, attraction or activity of such
participant at the Fair and which do not relate to other buildings,
exhibits, entertainments, attractions or activities at the Fair
site. Contractor shall have no right to sell such photographs
to any person other than the participant who has engaged
Contractor's services.
5. (a) Compensation of Contractor
Contractor shall at no time seek or receive any compensation,
fee or other remure ration from the Fair Corporation for per-
formance of its services to the Fair Corporation hereunder,
or for any still photographs taken for the Fair Corporation
other than as follows:
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In connection with the work it performs at the request
of the Fair Corporation, Contractor shall be reimbursed by
the Fair Corporation for the following expenses (hereinafter
referred to as "reimbursable expenses") and these only:
a. On-the-job salaries and other payroll costs
(as charged under normal accounting practise)
of Contractor's employees, when actually
working directly on photographic work re-
quested by the Fair Corporation.
b. Traveling and other reasonable out-of-pocket
expenses incurred by Agent's employees in
connection with photographic work done for
the Fair Corporation, but not to include
normal cost of transportation of employees
to and from the Fair site.
To the amount of the reimbursable expenses enumerated
in subparagraphs (a} and (b) above, there shall be added
the following:
an amount equal to fifteen per cent (15%) of
the actual costs incurred by Contractor under
subparagraphs (a) and (b) above.
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In connection with the taking by Contractor of still
photographs for the Fair Corporation, the F'air Corporation
agrees to supply Contractor with all necessary items of
supply, other than cameras and lighting equipment, and
to include film and all other materials determined by the
Fair Corporation to be normally and usually used in the
taking, processing, developing, and delivering of still
photographs.
All such materials and supplies required for the
use of Contractor in rendering photographic services to
the Fair Corporation under this· Agreement , other than
camera and lighting equipment will be purchased by the
Fair Corporation, and the Fair Corporation will be solely
liable for the cost thereof. In certain instances, the Fair
Corporation may designate Contractor as its agent to
purchase such materials and supplies, and in such cases
the Fair Corporation will be billed therefor by Contractor,
and will pay therefor. In any event, however, such
materials and supplies shall remain the Fair Corporation's
property at all times, but Contractor shall have responsibility
for the custody and safekeeping of all such materials and
supplies and shall be accountable to the Fair Corporation
for any damage or loss thereto.
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(b) Royalty to the Fair Corporation
Contractor shall pay as royalty to the Fair Corporation, five
per cent (5%) of its gross receipts derived in connection with
the rendering of services for or sales to participants in the
Fair.
The term "gross receipts" shall be deemed to include all
monies Contractor receives from participants in the Fair in
connection with photographic services of any nature whatever
rendered to such participants, provided such services relate
to the World's Fair. Subject to the prior written approval of
the Fair Corporation, there shall be deducted from gross
receipts certain out-of-pocket costs that a participant utilizing
Contractor's services has reimbursed directly to Contractor.
In the event of any dispute as to whether such out-of-pocket
costs may be deducted from gross receipts, the good faith
ded.sk:n of the Fair Corporation shall be binding.
(c) Procedures for Payment
Contractor shall on the tenth day of each month submit to the
Fair Corporation vouchers for each photographic job performed
for the Fair Corporati.on during the preceding calendar month.
Such vouchers shall be itemized to show the various elements
of costs going to make up each charge, and shall be in form
satisfactory tothe Fair Corporation.
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Simultaneously with such mentioned submission by Contractor
of vouchers to the Fair Corporation, Contractor shall render an
accounting to the Fair Corporation of Contractor 's gross receipts
from participants in the Fair the preceding month. In the
event that the percentage of receipts due and owin9 to the
Fair Corporation exceeds the monies owing to Contractor by the
Fair Corporation, Contractor shall, simultaneously with the
rendering of its accountin'J and submission of vouchers, pay to
the Fair Corporation the difference between the amount due and
owing to the Fair Corporation, and the amount owing to Con-
tractor by the Fair Corporation. In the event the monies owing
to Contractor by the Fair Corporation exceed the percentage of
gross receipts due and owing to the Fair Corporation by Con-
tractor, the Fair Corporation within ten (10) days after receipt
of Contractor's vouchers and accounting shall pay to Contractor
the monies it owes to Contractor.
(d) Audit by Fair Corporation
Contractor shall keep accurate records and books, both as to the
detail of its gross revenues recei
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Jed from participants in the
Fair, and the costs of the photographic services it renders to
the Fair Corporation. The Fair Cor},oration shall have full and
complete rights to inspect and :1udit books a.i1d records of the
Contractor relating to services performed by the Cor1tractor for
the Fair Corporation or for participants in the Fair.
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6. Provision of Space
The Fair Corporation agrees to furnish to Contractor, without
charge, such office space and facilities at the Fair site as the
Fair Corporation in its sole discretion determines is necessary
to enable Contractor to carry on the services that the Fair
Corporation shall require of Contractor under tills Agreement,
such space to be furnished, without charge, with the normal
and usual facilities determined by the Fair Corporation to be
required by firms in the commercial photography business for
the process'ing and developing of still photographs. Contractor
shall use such space and facilities solely in connection with the
photographic services it renders to the F'air Corporation, and
shall use its own or other space or facilities off the Fair site
in connection with any work it may perform for Fair participants.
Contractor shall comply with reasonable requests of the Fair
Corporation related to the use of such space and the conduct of
Contractor's operation at the Fair site.
7. Labor
Contractor shall not employ or permit to be employed in the
performance of any work under this agreement men, methods,
or materials wl:lich may cause or tend to cause work stoppages,
strikes, picketing or interference with the regular or normal
conduct or such work or with construction at the Fair site or its
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operation. Without in any respect limiting the generality of the
foregoing, Contractor shall insm·e that photog·raphic services it
renders to the .Fair Corporation and participants in the Fair shall
be performed by appropriate union personnel.
Contractor hereby agrees to comply with labor and other standards
and requirements set forth in the rules and regulations of the Fair
Corporation and as they may be arnended from time to time by
the Fair Corporation including any qeneral, speci.fic or special
procedures which may be established by the F'air Corporation for
the orderly, peaceful, equitable and binding resolution of any and
all labor disputes and grievances which may arise.
8, Personnel of Contractor
All personnel used by Contractor in the performance of the
services herew1der shall be Contractor's employees or agents,
and Contractor shall pay all thei.r salaries, compensation and
expenses including all fede1•al, state qnd local taxes relating
thereto. Such personnel shall be qualified, careful and efficient,
and, when engaged in ope1·ations under this Agreement, shall
comply with reasonable requests Md standards of the Fair
Corporation as to demeru10r and appearance. Contractor shall,
upon the request of the F'air Corporation, remove from the
service being performed hereunder, ruw of such personnel who,
in the opinion of the Fair Corporatior: are guilty of improper
conduct or who are not qualified to perform the work. assigned to them.
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9. Scandalous Matter
Contractor warrants that the photographs it shall take for the
Fair Corporation and participants in the Fair will not contain
any scandalous, libelous or unlawful matter, or infringe or
violate any copyright, property, personal, or civil rights of the
Fair Corporation or of participants in the Fair.
10. Indemnity
Contractor shall indemnify and hold harmless the Fair
Corporation, its directors, officers, agents and employees,
and 'The City of New York, and The Port of New York Authority,
from all claims, demands, loss, damage or expense including,
but not limited to those for death, for personal or ba:iily injuries,
or for property damages arising out of or in connection with the
use and occupancy of the office space to be occupied at the Fair
site by Contractor or arising out of any acts or omissions of
Contractor, his employees, agents, representatives, contractors,
subcontractors, customers, guests, invitees, and other persons
doing business with Contractor, where such acts or omissions are
on the Fair site, or arising out of any acts or omissions of Con-
tractor, his employees, agents and representatives relating to
Contractor's activities and operatiomhereunder
where such acts or omissions are elsewhere at or off the Fair
site, whether or not the same arise by reason of or resulting
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from the carelessness, negligence or default of
his employees, agents, representatives, contractors, sub-
contractors, customers, i)Uests, invitees, or other persons
doing business with Contractor provided, however, that notJ-Jng
herein contained shall be deemed to x·equire Contractor to
indemnify or hold harmless the Fair Corporation or any other
person against his own negliqence.
11. Insurance
(a) Contractor shall maintain and pay for comprehensive
public liability insuranc:e ln such amom1ts and ill such form
as is required in the "Insurance Re9ulations for Participants"
promulgated by the .F'a.lr Corporation. Such insurance shall be
effective Uilder valid and enforceable policles issued by such
insurance companies as have provided similar coverage to the
Fair Corporation and to partlci.pa1:ts at the Falr site. Contm ctor
shall deliver to the Falr Cor·poration certificates of such insurance
before Contractor shall eri'Ja•Je ir; any aetivj ties or Of£ rations under
this Agreement.
(b) Contractor at his ov;n expense shall effect and maintain such
insurance as will protect nlrH frorn clc:.J.i rns under worknwn 's
compensation laws and the (-}rnployers' llaoility laws as set forth .in
the "Insurance for Participants, " promulgated by the
Fair Corporation. Cor1tractor shall dellver to the Fair Corporation
certificates of su.ch before Contractor shall engage in any
activities or operations ur1der this A•]reerr:ent.
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12. Property Rights in Photographs
With respect to any photographs that Contractor takes for
the Fair Corporation, the Fair Corporation shall own all
rights, including copyright, in such photographs, and the
Fair Corporation may in its own name copyright and license
the use of such photographs.
13. Assignment or Transfer
This Agreement shall not be assig-ned or otherwise trans-
ferred in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of
the Fair Corporation.
14. Compliance with Laws and City Lease
Contractor and his employees, agents and representatives
shall comply with the laws, statutes, orders, rules and regu-
lations of the Governments of the City and State of New York and
of the United States, a11d of the New York Board of Fire Under-
writers. It is understood and Contractor agrees that this
Agreement is subject to all of the terms, covenants and conditions
of a certain Agreement by and between 'The City of New York and
the Fair Corporation dated May 27, 1960 as amended. The laws
of the United States and of the State of New York shall govern
the interpretation, ope:ration and effect of this Agreement.
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15. Codes and Regulations of the Pair Corporation
Contractor accepts, and agrees to abi.de by and shall comply at
all times with the codes, rules and re,]Ulat.ions of the Fair
Corporation now in effect and any reasonable additions 01·
amendments to any of such codes or rules and regulations
which may be hereafter promulqated or adopted by the Fair
Corporation, all of wbJch are incorporated herein by reference
as if herein set forth at length and hereby made a part of this
Agreement.
16. Period
This Agreement shall be effective a.s of
1962
and shall run until the official close of the Fair, unless sooner
terminated.
17. Termination
This Agreement may be terrninated by the Fair Corporation
with or without cause upon thil'ty (30) days' written notice to
Contractor by the Fair Corporation.
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ANDitiWa • CLARK
N. Y. WORLD'S FAJR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
JUNE 13, 1962
Park Department Construction Contracts
1) Basic Roads & Utilities
Estimated Completion 74%
Paid Completion 66%
2) Electrical & Communication Conduits
Estimated Completion 80%
Paid Completion 77%
3) Tide Gate & Dam
Estimated Completion 24%
Paid Completion 17%
4) Queens Botanical Gardens
Estimated Completion 49%
Paid Completion 35%
5) Tree Planting - 1st Phase
Estimated Completion 30%
Paid Completion Hi%
6) Roosevelt Avenue Parking Field
Estimated Completion 75%
Paid Completion 67%
7) IRT - LIRR Overpass
Lawrence Street Overpass
Estimated completion 2%
Paid Completion 2%
8) Tree Planting - 2nd Phase
Estimated Completion 49%
Paid Completion 35%
9) Ground Cover Planting & Seeding
Contract plans referred to Budget
Director at Board of Estimate meeting
on May 10. Approval expected June 12.
AGENDA ITEM 12!
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City Share
$ 3, 098,295
736,090
144,940
296,889
111,635
396,440
2,179,387
138,039
346,200
ANDREWS & CL.ARK
N. Y. WORLD'S FAffi 1964-1965 CORPORATION
EXECUTNE COMMITTEE MEETING
JUNE 13, 1962
Park Department Construction Contracts
10) Second Stage Roadways & Utilities
Contract plans to be referred to Budget
Director at Board of Estimate meeting
on June 12.
11) Two Wells in Lake AJ.'ea
Contract plans to be referred to Budget
Director at Board of Estimate meeting
on June 12.
12) Lake AJ.'ea Development
Contract plans to be referred to Budget
Director at Board of Estimate meeting
on June 12.
City Share
$2,713,000
125,000
730,000
AGENDA ITEM lJp
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
TO: Mr. Robert Moses DATE: ,June 5, 1962
FROM: William Vlhipple, Jr.
IUB.IECT:
Your approval is requested of the following report for presentation to the
Executive Committee.
Construction - World's Fair Contracts and Design
The contractor for electric cable and substations, Eastern States Electric,
now bas made substantial progress in installing the 4160 volt cables and also the
first 5000 KV A transformer and switchgear. Throughout May he was restricted
in the areas in which he could work, due to slow progress in releasing manholes
and completed conduit under other contracts, but this situation is now much
improved. It is still hoped that the electric distribution system can be actuated
by 25 July for contractors whose connections and meters have been prepared.
Detail information on electric metering has been distributed to exhibitors.
Substantial progress is now being made on the Security Building.
The chemical treatment of the waters of Meadow and Willow Lakes have shown
favorable results in reducing the amounts of algae without adverse effects on
the fish.
Water service to exhibitors for construction purposes should be
available by mid June and telephone service in the seoond half of June.
General.Motors is now already receiving telephone service at the construction
site.
. Planning and design have made considerable progress. However,
reductions in scope were necessary at the last minute in the critically important
lighting and low tension electric contract in order to bring it withln the budget, ·
and it has been held over for two weeks.
Exhibitors Design and Construction
Exhibitors' construction activities are increasing. Gas Incorporated is
driving piling for its foundation. General Motors has a substantial field
construction office nearing completion, has driven some steel test piles and bas
a substantial excavation prqject on the way. The General Electric site has been
graded and both Ford and A. T. & T. have contractors on the job. Twenty-two
other exhibitors have completed soils investigations at their sites and 35 have
submitted plans for review. Thirty have so far announced intention to start
construction in 1962. A revised schedule of exhibitors construction starts is
attached.
WW/hc
Enc.
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June 5, 1962
EXHIBITORS ANTICIPATING
1962 CONSTRUCTION STARTS
American Telephone & Telegraph Co.
Better Living Building
Chrysler Corporation
Coca-Cola Company
Continental Insurance Company
E. I. duPont de Nemours
Eastman Kodak Company
Electric Power & Light Exhibit
Ford Motor Company
Gas, Incorporated
General Electric Company
General Motors Corporation
Hall of Education
Hall of Medicine & Health
International Business Machines
S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc.
Liebmann Breweries
National Cash Register Company
New Jersey Tercentenary Commission
New York State Commission
Pavilion of American Interiors
Pepsi-Cola Company
Protestant Council of the City of New York
Schaefer Brewing Co. , The F. & M.
Simmons Beautyrest Center
Sinclair Dina Land
Transportation & Travel Pavilion
Travelers Insurance Exhibt
World of Food
May 1962
July 1962
June 1962
October 1962
August 1962
September 1962
July 1962
July 1962
May 1962
Started·
May 1962
Started
November 1962
September 1962
August 1962
October 1962
October 1962
September 1962
September 1962
August 1962
July 1962
July 1962
September 1962
June 1962
June 1962
October 1962
October 1962
September 1962
September 1962
FRON1
euaJECT:
AGENDA ITEM lib
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
ROBERT MOSES
GENERAL WHIPPLE
SPLICING OF PILES
DATE: JUNE 8, 1962
An unforeseen development has presented itself in that
IBaRf ef the exhibitors' contractors are splicing unreasonable
numbers of piles, creating a potential unsafe condition. In order
to avoid possible building failures, I recommend that we make
the addition to our Rules & Regulations to cover this (J1.
cond1non:
"Splicing of piles. --Splices shall be avoided as far as
practicable. Where used, splices shall be such that
the resultant vertical and lateral loads at the splices
are adequately transmitted. Splices shall be so constr
ted as to provide and maintain true aligmnent and position
of the component parts of the pile during installation and
subsequent thereto. Except for piles which can be visually
inspected after driving, splices shall develop not less than
fifty per cent of the value of the pile in bending. Proper
consideration shall be given to the design of splices at
sections of piles which may be subject to tension or to
bending.
"In any event the Fair Corporation will have to approve
upon the method of splicing and in no case will more
than one splice per pile cap be allowed."
WW/WD/clk
William Whipple, Jr.
Chief Engineer
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TO:
FAOM:
SUIJECT:
AGENDA ITEM ll(al)
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
Mr. Robert Moses DATE: May 23, 1962
William Whipple, Jr.
Five Maintenance Buildings
Final Plans and Specifications will be ready for ad'lertising for
open bidding on June 1, 1962 for the five World's Fair
Maintenance Buildings.
The Architect's estimate for the preliminary submission was
$780,000. As approved by you under date of March 19th, the
design criteria was changed to eliminate pilings where possible
and to consider pre-fabricated alternates. Based on these
changes the Architect's estimate for the basic design is $646, 554.
and based on the pre-fabricated alternates it is $562, 247. Both
estimates for the final design are under the World
1
s Fair budget
allowance of $658, 000. ,
It is proposed that we advertise immediately on the basis of the
Final Plans requesting prices on the basic design and pre-fabricated
alternates.
Your approval is recommended.
WW/WEG/mc
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ROSENMAN COI.IN KAYE PETSCHEK & FREUND
!57!5 MADISON AVENUE NEW YORK 22
SAMUEL
I'IALI'H COLIN
SYDNEY N.ICAVI:
J. PI:TSC:HCK
MAX ,RCUND
AMBI'I08C OOSKOW
O. LCWIS
LAWIICNCir II.I:NO
hiUIIIIAY COHIN
ANDftEW J.SCHOIN
.JII'IOMIE L.SINDLIA
ASA D. SOKOLOW
HOWARD WEINSTIIN
STUAIIT A081NOWITZ
Honorable Robert Moses
New York World • s Fair
1964-1965
P. o. Box 1964
Flushing Meadow Park
Flushing 52, New York
June 5, 1962
AGENDA ITEM 10
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COD& :Ita
CAlL& AOCUtESS
'AOCOKAV NlrWYORK.
Re: Executive Committee
Meeting - June 13, 1962
Dear Commissioner Moses:
In accordance with your memorandum of January- 25, 1962,
I am submitting herewith the following report on the varj.ous
and/or concessions for which we are responsible.
1.. Nasht Club - I met with Mr. Jean Buchet on June :.
We renewedi'aWings and sketches that he has showing his
Casanova Club. His attorney, Mr. Leonard o. is to
contact me shortly in connection with the preparation of
the lease. If this project comes into the Fair it will
take over substantially all of Block 56.
2. The Last Frontier - Negotiations continue with
the Riss group with indications ·or an early signing. The
Rj.ss group has been given a deadline of June 22. It they
have not signed by then, we will make the project available
to others.
3. Chun - Mr. Palucci is seriously considering
40,o00 square feet ror a priced Chinese
restaurant which will include eating patios and gardens with
reflecting pools.
Honorable Robert Moses -2-
4. Bourbon Street - Mr. Holland's group appears to be
having some success W1£h the project recently and has
inquired as to whether land in addition to the 100 000 square
feet now held for this project could be made available.
5. Jai-Alai, • Museum, Dancehall Chinese Junk,
Tower I Pirate Is castle I ShOW, Showboat I Soats on the
take, P11m Theatre - No ther progress can be reported at
this t1Dili.
6.
sponsors
Fisherman's Wharf Italian Restaurant - Proposed
tor the projects abaijdoned the projects.
SIR:ts
cc: Mr. Stuart Constable
Mr. William Kane
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Very sincerely .
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Samuel I. Rosenman
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EXECtrriVB SECRETARY TO tHE PRESIDENT
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AGENDA ITEM
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964 ·1965 CORPORATION
TO: MR. MOSES DATE:

I"RON: John V. Thornton

SUBJECT:
Attached, for your consideration, is a proposed agreement of
modification of lease amending the lease between the City and the Fair
Corporation, covering the Flushing Airport parking site, dated June 1,
1961.
The proposed agreement modifies the boundaries of the premises
previously leased by the City to the Fair Corporation, in that the portion
of the premises which were previously used by the operators of the
Flushing Airport for an auxiliary runway are now to be excluded from
the Fair Corporation's leased premises, and City amed lands of
approximately equal area and convenience substituted therefor. In
addition to the substituted land, two small privately owned parcels are
being tentatively included in the new leased premises. The City is in
the process of acquiring title to these two small parcels, and they will
become part of the demised premises as soon as title is acquired by the
City.
Our consultants, Andrews & Clark, prepared the technical descriptions
and map included in the proposed agreement.
The modified agreement will expressly give the right to have an
automotive service station erected on the premises and to have gasoline and
other petroleum products sold on the premises. The present lease would
require further permission from the City before such activities were undertaken.
This draft agreement has been coordinated with Andrews & Clark,
Mr .. Constable, General Whipple, lv1r. Witt and our consultants.
Mr. Preusse has discussed it with Commissioner O'Keefe of the Real
Estate Department, and we have submitted copies of the proposed agreement
to Commissioner O'Keefe's office. His office is presently reviewing the
agreement. When agreement is reached between the Fair Corporation,
Commissioner O'Keefe and the Corporation Counsel, which should be in the
immediate future, the agreement will go before the Board of Estimate.
If you approve the draft of amended agreement, we recommend that
the Executive Committee authorize you to negotiate an agreement of
modification of lease with the City of New York in accordance with this
draft agreement, with such additions or modifications as may be approved
as to substance by you and to form ty us.
JVT:dsm
Attachment
TOt
ITEM 8£
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S F'AIR 1964 ·1965 CORPORATION
DAm . JUN; /
GENERAL POTTER . . vJ>-: V
STATES AREA STATUS REPORT .·
ROBERT MOSES
A summary of the status of space allocation in the States Area
is as follows:
Lease Signed:
Puerto Rico
Missouri
New Jersey
New York State
West Virginia
Four Concession Areas
Space .Allocated (Intent indicated)
Arkansas
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Heartlands ( 4)
Louisiana
Maryland
New England States ( 6)
Pennsylvania
New York City
Space Tentatively Reserved
California
nlinois
Michigan
Minnesota
Oklahoma
'southwestern States
Wisconsin
29, 522 sq.ft.
49,998
87, 519
130, 595
34,409
24,000
40, 000 sq. ft.
37, 755
112, 000
69, 374
109,000
77,260
44,699
35, 951
81, 519
45,000
Existing Building
46, 000 sq. ft.
55, 540
37,000
25, 000
37,000
50,000
35,000
Total
Total States A rea
Percentage
356, 043 sq. ft.
652, 558 sq. ft.
285, 540 sq. ft.
1,294,000
1, 294, 000
100%
STATES AREA STATUS REPORT
J'UNE 1, 1982
PAGE 'IWO
Arkansas
California
Hawaii
Heartland States
Mazy land
Missouri
New England
Texas
West Virginia
The Commission was appointed in May by Governor
Faubus. Mr. J. Wythe Walker is the chairman. The
Commission met May 28, 1962 and voted to come to
New York to sign the lease during June.
The legislature has passed a bill appropriating $30,000
for a theme and concept study. Vandeburg-Linkletter
and Stanford Research have been retained to survey
industry interest in the exhibit.
The Governor has appointed five members of the six-
teen-man commission. House and Senate expected to
appoint their members shortly.
Ivel Construction Corporation has been retained to de-
velop a feasibility report.
State is expected to sign lease during month of June.
!vel report is also expected during June.
The Committee visited Fairgrounds on May 18, 1962
and signed lease for 50, 000 square feet. A subcommittee
was appointed to select the architect.
Exhibition Services International has been selected to
develop exhibit. Campbell and Aldrich are the architects .
.A new campaign is being developed in Texas in cooperation
with the Deegan Company and Mr. Motley. The aim is to
have a prominent citizen's committee appointed to develop
exhibit.
The lease was signed on May 3, 1962. International Fair
Consultants have been selected to develop the exhibit.
Irving Bowman of Charleston and Frederick P. Wiedersum
of New York are the architects.
AGENDA ITEM 8}2
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT FLUSHING MEADOW PARK
FwSHINO 152, N. V. • TtLEPHONE·AREA Coot 212· WF" 4·1964 • CAIILE ADDRE:SS "WORLDSF'AIR"
~ I A C C '""OUOH
UHDCRt1ANOINO
ROBERT MOSES
I'IIESIDlNT
CHARLES POLETTI

tel NOIDilNT
INTIRHATIOIIJoL A"AIU ' Dll<lalTI ~
June 8, 1962
LIST OF PARTICIPANTS
IN
INTERNATIONAL AREA
OF
~ T H E NEW YORK WORLD
1
S FAIR 1984-1965.
Afghanistan
Arab States (League of)
Argentina
Australia
Belgium
Brazil
Cambodia
Cameroun
Central .African Republic
Chad
China (Republic of)
Christian Science Church
Colombia
Congo (Brazzaville)
Dahomey
Ecuador
France
Gabon·
Germany
Greece
Guinea
Haiti
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Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Ireland
Islam Mosque
Italy
Ivory Coast
Japan
Jordan
Korea
Kuwait
Lebanon
Liberia
Libya .
Malagasy Republic
Malaya
Mali
Mauritania
Mexico
Netherlands
Niger
Organization of
American States
Pakistan
Panama
Peru
Philippines
Saudi Arabia
Senegal
Sierra Leone
Singapore
Sudan
Syria
Thailand
Trinidad and Tobaqo
Turkey
United Arab Republic
United Kingdom
UNICEF
Upper Volta
Uruguay
U.S.S.R.
Vatican City
Venezuela
Yugoslavia
UN IS PH K A C 0 tQ61
II'.!.ACl TriAOUOH
U"'lOrAtTANOING
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT FLUSHING MEADOW PARK
FLUSHING 52, N.Y. • TELEPHONE· AREA CODE 212· Wf 4-1964 • CABLE AODRUS.WORLDSFAIR"
ROBERT MOSES
June 6, 1962
CHAI\ltS POLETTI
V\Cl PAUIOINT
PRESIDENT
INTERNATIONAL DT'iiTSION
I. Contracts have been signed by the following participants in the
International Section:
Belgium 164, 811 sq. ft.
China, Republic of 24, 529
Christian Science Pavilion 21, 520
":i Ethiopia 26, 500
Guinea 22, 000
Haiti 10,000
Hong Kong 6, 000
India 25, 018
Indonesia 40,000
Islam Mosque 12, 044
Mali 25,000
Mexico 30, 001
-Pakistan 10,000
- Panama 6, 000
"'"> Philippines 15, 000
SUdan 10,000
Thailand 12,000
UAR 20,000
USSR 78,000
II. The following participants have selected a site and completed
negotiations with the Fair, contracts are in the hands of
appropriate offidals for signature:
Argentina
Brazil
Cambodia
Colombia
Ecuador
Ireland
Japan
Korea
Lebanon
Liberia
Malaya
Peru
Sierra Leone
Turkey
Uruguay
Venezuela
3:3, 000 sq. ft.
37,000
7,000
l5, GOO
15,000
15,000
50,000
18,000
10,000
10,000
G,OOO
10,000
6,000
25,000
6,000
20,000
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m. The following participants have reserved sites:
Afghanistan
Australia
Dominican Republic
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Jordan
League of Arab States
OAS
Trinidad & Tobago
UNICEF
United Kingdom
Vatican City
'tugoslavia
10, 000 sq. ft.
50,000
6,000
50,000
50,000
22,000
50,000
8, 500
8,000
7,734
8,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
24,000
IV. The following have declared their intent to participate, site is
allocated but not ret confirmed:
Cameroun
Central African Republic
Chad
Congo, Republic of (Brazzaville}
Dahomey
Gabon
Ivory Coast
M a l a g a . . ~ y F..epublic
Mauritania
Niger
Senegal
Upper Volta
Kuwait
I,! ether lands
Saudi Arabia
Syria

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MEMORANDUM

ro: Coaaisaioner Robert Moses' President t New York World I B Fair
FROM: Guy :r. tozzoli 1964·65 Corporation
)ATE: June 4, 1962
SUBJECT: 'fRAHSPOll1'AtiON SECTION, WORLD'S FAIR •
IIKIIIUIJII SIHIA.B.Y OF SPACE ALLOCAtiONS AND NEGO'.riAnONS
::OPYTO:
REFER
TO O.ATI
ltETUitN TO
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NOTED
BV DATI:
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tabulated below is the status of leases signed, space allocations and negotiations
to date in the transportation Section:
Leases Signed or Participation
Agreements Signed
Ford Motor Company
General Motors
Marine Center
Chrysler Corporation
Transportation & travel Pavilion
Sinclair Refining Co,
U. 8. Rubber Company
Mobile Homes Mfgrs. Association
Arlington Hat Company
Five Concessions
Leases Under Active Negotiation
Heliport
Total:
Greyhound (Exhibit area included within
operating and maintenance area)
Space Allocations

Air France
B.O.A.C.
Total:
B.A.M.A. (British Automobile Mfgrs, Assn.)
Strol•A•Matic
Total:
Total Area • 2,129,000 S.F.
Area {S.F.)
304,998
304,920
130,000
129,987
112,500
15,152
15,000
6,000
7,000
30,000
1,055,557
60,000
85,000
145,000

10,000
9,000
24,000
303,000
Coamissioner Robert Moses
Company
Transportation 6 Travel
Pavilion
Marine Center
Aerospace
- 2 June 4, 1962
STATUS OF NEGOTIATIONS
Sq. Ft.
112,500
130,000
250,000
Status
The option on this pavilion expires on
June 13th. Agreement has been reached
with Mr. Thatcher, the President of
Transportation & Travel Pavilion, Inc.
to execute the lease document and to
proceed with definitive plans and
construction.
Messrs. Briggs and Crane, the developers
of the Marine Center, have begun a pro-
motional campaign to attract participants
in this multiple exhibit venture. This
campaign will continue throughout the
summer and will culminate in the Chicago
Boat Show scheduled for next September.
The American Rocket Society has declined
the sponsorship of this exhibit due to a
large extent on NASA's reluctance to
endorse the project, We are now in the
process of attempting to have several
major aerospace manufacturers combine
together on this project and are arrang·
ing with a contractor for the construc-
tion of a building on a cost plus basis.
Of course, this exhibit depends in
large measure upon the content of the
Federal Pavilion. If the Federal
exhibit is centered upon the exploration
of space, there is quite obviously
little need for an independent space
exhibit. We must now await the appoint•
ment of a Federal Commissioner in order
to determine the extent to which the
Federal Government will emphasize the
space story.
Commissioner Robert MOses
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Greyhound
Sq. Ft.
85,000
(Exhibit area included
within operating and
maintenance area)
Mobile Homes Mfgrs. Assn, 6,000
Firestone Indefinite
Goodyear Carveyor
StaRB.car 41,360
June 4, 1962
Status
Stuart Constable, Erwin Witt and I met
with Messrs. Maino and Brion of Grey-
hound and reached a tentative agreement
on the rental payment for an exhibit
within operating and main-
tenance area. This agreement is now
being incorporated into an appropriate
document by the World's Fair legal staff.
During this reporting period, the Mobile
Homes Association signed
its lease which was subsequently executed
by the Port Authority on behalf of the
Fair Corporation. We have forw11rded the
Association's check for $12,000 to
Mr. Vitt.
Firestone is the exclusive supplier of
original equipment tires to the Ford
Motor Company. This is the only remain·
ing exclusive tire arrangement in the
auto industry. In view of this, Howard
Cullman will meet with Henry Ford II in
an attempt to have Mr. Ford use his good
offices on our behalf with Harvey Fire•
stone.
The objections of General Motors have
caused Goodyear to abandon its efforts on
this project. Iu line with your instruc•
tions, we will make no further efforts on
the Carveyor,
The Car 1 ing Brewing Company ha& turned
down the proposal to sponsor this new
form of transportation. We have there·
fore turned the Carling account over to
Mr. Constable and Judge Rosenman to see
if they can work out something with this
firm in some other section of the Fair.
The of StaRRcar will hold
a series of meetings on June lOth and
in New York, in the hopes of
attracting a sponsor for the exhibit.
Commissioner Robert Moses
Company
Sports & Special Events
Stadium
Eastern Air Lines
Railroad Exhibit
Air France
B.O.A.C.
B.A.M.A.
Standard Oil Company of
New Jersey
G:r'r: nb
4
Sg, Ft,
102,000
10,000
Indefinite
10,000
10,000
9,000
Indefinite
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June 4, 1962
Status
A full presentation on this project has
been made to the Atlantic Refining
Company and the SoconyMMob il 011 Company.
These organizations have the project
under active consideration at this t:lme.
After a delay of several weeks. Eastern
has shown a sudden increase in interest
in this project, We expect a decision
shortly.
The railroads are pleased with the
results of the western roads' exhibit at
the Seattle World's Fair and they are
considering a approach for New
York. A final decision will be made at
a meeting of the Eastern Railroad PresiM
dents Conference to be held in New York
on June 21st.
The decisions of Air France, BOAC and
BAMA will be based on the status of the
French and British exhibits at the Fair.
We now in the light of the
International Division
1
s recent announce,.
ment of the pavilions for the major
European nations» that these foreign
organizations will exhibit in the
national Section of the Fair.
We have been discussing with Mr. Motley
his arranging a meeting with executives
of this firm in order to make a presenM
tation. Mr. Motley may also be of help
with several of the other oil and rubber
companies,
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F. Tozzd./, Director
d Trade Department

to A·R1021
AGENDA ITEM 5(a2)
MEMORANDUM
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TO: • COllllliaaioner R -t.
FROM: Guy F. 'J:ozzoVert
j
DATE: June 1, 1962
SUBJECT: ntANSPCilTA'J:ION SECTION» WORLD'S FAIR
REFERENCE: PAVI1ION
COPYTO: Messrs. Preusse w/1, Witt w/1
$25,000.
June 13,
This group has been doing a conacientious job of soliciting
tenants for the building. They have spent over $100,000, in promotion and
sales personnel salaries. As of the present time they have options on
approximately 20'%. of the total rentable space in the building but no leases
have been signed since it is difficult to convince small exhibitors of this
type of the necessity for committing themselves at an early date.
Mr. Thatcher, the President of this Corporation» and I are both
convinced that this Pavilion will become a success. Mr. Thatcher is
willing to execute the lease i.mnediately and begin final design plans with
a view to starting construction in October of this year. He however,
requested a schedule in rental payments in order to relieve him of the heavy
financial burdens before he can sign de'finitive sub-leases with tenants. I
am attaching a rental payment schedule which calla for the payment of an
additional $40,000 at sixty day intervals in 1962 and the payment of an
additional $397,000 in 1963. I have discussed this with Mr. Witt and he is
in accord with this schedule.
It is my recommendation that you approve this rental payment
schedule and we ·..till proceed immediately with the execution of the final
lease.
GFT:nb
Att.
PORT CF NtW AU1HORITY
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Ri:.CtiVED
JUN 4 1962
A.M. P.M.

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Total Ground lent
Dec.-ber 1, 1961
!llfW, PAYMIR'r SCIIID1JLI
TIAJISPCil.TA.'liOH ARD TRAVEL PAVILION
112
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509 Sq, Pt. @ $8 per Sq. Pt.
Rental
Payment
$ 25,000
(aipq of Option qreement)
June 15, 1962 (sipina of Lease)
August lS, 1962
October 15, 1962
December 15, 1962
January 15
1
1963
rebruary 15, 1963
March 15, 1963
April 15
1
1963
Hay 15, 1963
June 15 • 1963
July 15
1
1963
Aupat 15
1
1963
September 15, 1963
October 15, 1963
H ~ e r 15, 1963
December 15 • 1963
July 15, 1964
January 15
1
1965
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
30,000
30,000
30,000
30,000
30,000
30,000
30,000
30,000
30,000
40,000
40,000
37,072
224,000
224,000
Cumulative
Total
35,000
45,000
55,000
65,000
95,ono
125,000
155,000
185,000
215,000
245,000
275,000
305,000
335,000
375,000
415.000
452,072
676,072
900,072
AGENDA ITEM 5(al)
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TO: COI:IC1ssioner Robert
FROM: Guy F. Tozzol1
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President, New York World's F:
1964-1965 Corporation
OATE: May 8, 1962
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SUB.JECT: TRANSPORTATION SECTION, WORlD'S FAIR - GREYHOUND CORPORATION
COPY TO:
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Mr. Maino proposes to use the ground floor of the bui ldi.rrg which w'il1 be con ..
structed to house the offices and sel'vice functions as an exhibit and automated
post-house restaurant.
In order keep our proposed agreement simple Messrs. Constable, Witt and I
felt that Cl lump Sl.ml rental arrangement was preferred. Mr. Maino offered a
lump sum rental payment of $80,000 and we countered with a proposal of a lUlllp
sum of which he accepted. ground floor •>f tlu> building is
20)000 feet,
Under the pror.ost,d c.grecm.:nt Greyh,;und At The Fair would inc·lude the .:ost of
construction of the shell of the ground floor with absolutely no
except fur pluc1bing rough.ing in the estimated ;:ost of t;beir oper;;ting agreement.
At Mr. Witt's scggc•stion a definite will be put on the :onstruction of
this building ar:ci any costs over estimate· will be borne by the ,J.lre'nt
co:rporAtiuu. The pal.'ent corporation t_.ill, of bear all cost:i J!'xhibit
&nd plus operation of same. L/
It i6 chat you ••pprovli! this arrangement. f ' ,-; (! /'-V\_
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AUNlDA ITEM ,!e
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
TO:
Mr. Robert Moses
DATE: June 6, 1962
FROM: Mr. Martin Stone
S:uBJECT: INDUSTRIAL SECTION -- SUMMARY OF SPACE ALLOCATIONS
AND NEGOTIATIONS
Tabulated below is the status of space to date in the Industrial
Area under the jurisdiction of this Section. It does not, there-
fore, include space allocated to concessions or religious exhibits,
both under the jurisdiction of Mr. Constable's department.
Total Rentable Area: 3, 245, 698 sq. ft.
Leases Signed
Companies
Bell System
Coca-Cola
DuPont
Eastman Kodak
General Electric
IBM
National Cash Register
Pepsi-Cola
Rheingold
S. C. Johnson
Schaefer
Simmons
Travelers Insurance
Industry Associations
American Gas Association
Edison Electric Institute
Sg. Ft.
104,935
46,314
46,956
69,497
56,101
54,038
18,892
93,696
49,385
17,305
45,478
10,931
49,487
663,015
79,290
47,204
126,494
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
TO: Mr. Robert Moses DATE: June 6, 1962
FROM: Mr. Martin Stone
SUBJECT: INDUSTRIAL SECTION-- SUMMARY OF SPACE ALLOCATIONS
AND NEGOTIATIONS -
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Multiple-Exhibitor Pavilions
Better Living Building
Graphic Arts Pavilion
Hall of Education
House of Good Taste
Pavilion of American Interiors
Project '64
World of Food
Option Exercised
Continental Insurance Company
150, 677 ¢
56, 004
50, 001
74, 160
38, 110
75, 000
50, 066
494, 018
12, 699 *
rrOTAL 1, 296, 226
* Continental Insurance Company has exercised its option
and is in the process of negotiating a formal lease.
¢ Contra.ct being renegotiated for less space.
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INDUSTRIAL SECTION
STATUS OF ALL NEGOTIATIONS
(as of June 6, 1962)
.1. AMERICAN CAN CO, Meeting with H. H. Howry, Jr. (also Chrmn:
Shows & Exhibits Committee of Association of National Adver-
tisers) indicated company had turned down participation.
However, they will reconsider and plan a marketing committee
meeting at the Fair in early July. If they participate, it could
be with their own exhibit, in a multiple or in cooperation with
some other company. A concept is not the problem. It is the
decision to participate or not, and, if so, to what extent.
2. AMERICAN CARPET INSTITUTE. Meeting with Mr. Connett,
Publicity and Advertising Director of the Associated, indicated
interest. A $2,000,000 proposal was submitted to an a s s o c i ~ ­
tion meeting. Subsequently, their Executive Committee turned
down the project {5/26/62).
3. AMERICAN CHICLE CO. Preliminary meeting with Mr. Harris
Vice President (Advertising) and Mr. Vandeburg (V. E. K.
Associates) has been held at which they presented children's
area concept to this company (originally offered to Beech-Nut).
Another meeting scheduled.
4. AMERICAN CYANAMID (Formica Division). Company policy is not
in terms of an integrated approach, but opportunity is left
open to the various divisions. The Formica Division is inte:r.-
ested in introducing a revolutionary, complete plastic house in
1984. They have been put in touch with McCall's Magazine
who are interested in furnishing and promoting this house.
Lot 1, block 5 (21, 774 sq. ft.) has been offered them. Inves-
tigation of costs, labor, etc. , is being pursued. This looks
hopeful.
5. AMERICAN ECONOMIC FOUNDATION. This foundation plans a
"Hall of Free Enterprise" on about 40-50,000 sq. ft. There
will be no identification of sponsorship. While given no
promises by the Fair other than that their idea is acceptable,
they are beginning a fund raising drive for $3, 000, 000 to
finance the project, the aim of which it is to tell the story of
"Americcm Economics. " According to the Foundation, their
response {6/4/62) has been encouraging.
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6. AMERICAN IRON & STEEL INSTI'TUTE. On a visit to Pittsburgh,
there seemed hope this organization might still be interested
in an exhibit, notwithstanding previous discouraging reports.
On May 28, 1962 we were told there was no interest.
7. AMERICAN MACHINE & FOUNDRY. This company has been offered
an idea for an "Olympics of Bowling,
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including competition
among foreign countl"ies, states and industries represented at
the Fair. No action has been taken since this was presented
to Mr. Moorehead Patterson, Chairman of the Board. The
matter now rests with Mr. Carter Burgess.
8. AVON PRODUCTS, INC. All early presentations resulted in refusals.
We are seeking to reopen this potential with a new concept for
an exhibit which will have to be inexpensive (May 16. 1962).
9. P. BALLANTINE & SON. Final drawings were prepared and pre-
sented by Donald Deskey AJ3so ciates on May 29, 1962. We
have as yet no final decision.
10. BEECH-NUT. This situation has been pending for over a year.
A $3,000,000 project for a children's area has been proposed.
The company is now studying the proposition in relation to the
cost factor. The idea has been presented to the Chairman of
the Board and the full Executive Committee. No change since
May 15, 1962.
11. JOHN H. BRECK, INC. May 24, 1962 visit to Mr. J. H. Breck, Jr.,
Executive Vice President, indicated participation ,at feasible
because of cost. Possible opening in the future if a three-way
joint pavilion could be arranged with Clairol and Ladies Home
Journal.
12. BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES. Preliminary investigation with J. S. Love,
J:r: (son of top man), indicated some interest. We are exploring
ideas for a proper representation of corporate image.
13. CAMPBELL SOUP CO. Negative reaction of Mr. William Murphy,
President, reported by Mr. Ken Jolly, Vice President and
Public Relations Director May 15, 1962. Ne},.i step is to get
to Mr. Murphy with a new and, at his request, inexpensive
exhibit idea.
14. CARNATION COMPANY. Visit with A. M. Chormley, President,
May 25, 1962 on west coast. A good prospect. Needs develop-
ment of exhibit ideas.
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15. CHAMPION PAPER & FIBRE CO. April 26, 1962 Ed Russell,
Executive Vice President, reported negative response.
16. CLAIROL DIVISION OF BRISTOL/MYERS. May 17, 1962 Jack Shor,
Corporate Public Relations Director, visited Fair. Company is
intarested if they can afford their own exhibit. If not, they may
want to combine (see Breck above) .
. 17. COLGATE-PALMOLIVE CO. Several meetings have been held recently
with this company against a background of earlier definite refusals.
There now seems to be a revival of interest. This company wants
an exhibit to describe Colgate's image - "cleanliness, modernity,
research." Money seems to be the problem. (May 11, 1962)
18. CORN PRODUCTS. May 15, 1962. This company reported having had
six or eight presentations made by designers costing $6 to
$8,000,000 which were far too expensive. The result is a
refusal unless they find a good, inexpensive exhibit i:lea.
19. DISTILLERS CORFORATION .. SEAGRAMS, INC. May 22, 1962
approach made through the Compton Agency and an appointment
made to see the Messrs. Broniman on June 5, 1962. The
advertising agency is enthusiastic about the New York
Restoration (1664) idea.
20. DOLE CO:EP ORATION. May 25, 1962 visit with Mr. H. C. Corneulle,
President, on the west coast. No immediate good prospects.
21. EQUITABLE IJFE. This company is seriously considering a special
exhibit to feature demography. A modest expenditure (probably
$400, 000} has informal approval from the president of the com-
pany. Details are being followed. This looks hopeful, but
still no change since May 15, 1962.
22. GENERAL CIGP.R. George B. Reichert, Advertising Director, indicated
some interest in a sports stadium. A follow-up is being made
through Mr. Cullman, via Mr. Miller Moore of Bankers Trust.
23. GENERAL MILLS CO. Call on General Edwin Rawlins, President,
with Mr. Motley on June 5, 1962. General Rawlins assigned
consideration of Fair participation to Mr. Crabtree, Public
Relations Director.
24. H. J. HEINZ CO. Ralph Johnson, Assistant to the President, reported
that Mr. Young of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, architect for this
company's office building, is ~ e y to this situation. There is
little interest :r.ow .• but they did decide to go into Seattle Fair as
late as January 15, 1962. Matter is being reopened. Frank
Armour, President, also has been consulted.

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26. HUNT FOODS & INDUSTRIES Visit with the Executive Vice President,
Arthur Wmston, on the west coast, May 24, 1962. No immediate
prospects. Needs development.
26. KOPPERS CO. Visit to Pittsburgh found interest by Koopers Co. based
on their recent business growth overseas. They indicated a desire
for an International Hospitality Center to be located in the Indus-
trial Area on the periphery of the International Area. This company
has agreed to call a meeting of their executive group in Pittsburgh.
A design is being prepared for them. No change since May 15, 1962.
27. LADIES HOME JOURNAL May 22, 1962 Kent Mitchell, Publisher,
agreed to assign a staff member to study possible participation
with Clairol (see above).
28. McCALL'S A. Edward Miller, Publisher, is interested in participating
with the Formica Division of American Cyanamid (see a">ove).
29. METROPOLITAN lJFE lliSURANCE CO. Last meeting on June 4, 1962.
After long negotiations it now appears that this is a refusal, unless
Mr. Ecker wishes to take it on himself to change the decision.
Several propositions have been offered, but Charles Dougherty, Sr.,
Vice President, Public Relations, and his assistant C. L. Fisher,
Third Vice President, are against participation and have so advised
Mr. Ecker. Mr. Ecker has advised Mr. Moses of this decision.
30. MINNEAPOLIS-HONEY'WELL Visit with Mr. Motley in Minneapolis
with Mr. Sweatt, former Chairman of Board, and Mr. Wishart,
present Chairman, resulted in assignment of Fair participation to
Mr. Herb Bissell, Advertising Vice President. Follow-up
scheduled.
3]. MINNESOTA MINING & MANUFACTURING Visit with Mr. Motley in
Minneapolis with Mr. Herb Beretow, President, and Messrs.
Patterson, Sampair and Moosberger of Foreign Division and
Advertising Department, has reopened consideration of partici-
pation. Additional meetings scheduled.
32. MUTUAL OF OMAHA Harold Fair (their advertising agency's New
York representative) has been approached (May 24, 1962) and
participation in Fair is being considered for first time by this
company. In initial stages.
33. NATIONAL DAIRY CO. Originally was a strong negative. The matter
has been reopened with an idea for an old fashioned "ice cream
parlor," featuring all of the Sealtest and Kraft products. Mr.
Joseph Caliri, Secretary, is to present this to the President.
No further progress since May 15, 1962.
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34. NATIONAL DISTILLERS & CHEMICAL CORPORATION. Henry Brown,
Public Relations Director, agreed to try to get the proper group
from this company to visit the Fair and reopen consideration.
(May 31, 1962)
35. NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. Against a negative background
this situation has recently been reopened, both directly with the
company and with their advertising agency. New top company
officers have been elected recently and an appmach will be made;
advertising agency (Compton) has been cooperative.
36. PHILIP MORRJB, I N C ~ Prel iminary idea of a hospitality center was
presented to Roger Greene, Ad. Di.r. Next step is to get to
Mr. Cullman, which has been arranged through the Bankers Trust Co.
37. PIEL BROS. Plans for two Piel Bros. exhibits - one in the Industrial
and the o ther in the Transportation Section - were agreed to in
principle on May 17, 1962. Costs and other factors are now
being investigated. All signs seem favorable.
38. PILlSBURY. Meeting in Minneapolis with Mr. Motley resulted in
assignment of Mr. Powell, Public Relations Director, by Mr. Paul
Gerot, President of Pillsbury. Many officers and marketing and
advertising personnel have been briefed. Further appointments
to be arranged.
39. PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASs: Several proposals have been made to
this company including a tie-in for closed circuit television rights
throughout the Fair. Top management has been reluctant to make
a commitment despite recommendations from J. Walter Thompson
(their advertising agency) and Vice President in charge of Public
Relations. We have not thus far been able to convince the Presi-
dent of the company, Mr. David Hill. No progress since 5/15/62.
40. QUAKER OATS CO. Appointment scheduled in Chicago, June 6, 1962.
41. RADIO CORPORATION OF AlVlERICA. Messrs. Engstrom (President)
and Bilby (Vice President-Public Relations) have been out to the
Fair. The major problem seems to be the creation of an exhibit
which will protect a cost-conscious administm lion. Mr. Moses
has proposed an admission charge for an RCA "show" and we are
pursuing this approach together 'JJith other suggestions of means
whereby RCA can recoup a multi-million dollar expenditure which
we feel is surely justifiable. (May 21, 1962) RCA commissioned
two designers to submit proposals. Also there have been approaches
made to RCA concerning a "monorail" as a concession.
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42. REVLON. This company definitely wants to participate in the Fair.
They have sought ideas from their public relations and advertising
firms without satisfl]ing Mr. Charles Revson. We are making
several new proposals.
43. REXALL DRUG & CHE:MICAL CO. May 24, 1962 meeting with Mr.
Bowles, President, on the west coast. This followed earlier
meeting at the Fair with other top officers. Company is tnter-
ested but apparently reluctant to spend. A tie-in with a drug
outfit is being explored.
44. ROCKWELL MANUFACI'URING. May 24, 1962 Mr. W. F. Weiner, Vice
President and Director of Advertising and Public Relations, indi-
cated lack of money and consumer products make prospects
difficult. 'They might respond favorably if a good, inexpensive
idea could be found.
45. SKF INDUSTRIES. Earlier approaches indicated interest, but no answer
will be made until July. The matter is now being considered in
Sweden.
46. SPERRY R A N D ~ May 24, 1962 possible interest by their Univac Division
based on their success in Seattle.
47. WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORPORATION. This company has been
negative on participation in the Fair. Now there is a new interest
in a revival by Westinghouse of its "time capsule" project of 1939.
48. WORLD COFFEE COUNCIL. May 21, 1962. This client of J. Walter
Thompson may be interested in an exhibit. The presentation
now awaits return of key men.
49. WORLD OF TOYS. Offer of Lot 9, Block 8 - 26, BOO sq. ft. - has
been made to "World of Toys" which is negotiating a lease.
This is an industry-wide cooperative effort, and the lease forms
are in their hands. Appears favorable.
AGENDA ITEM 2,
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
SUMMARY STATEMENT OP RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMBNTS
AUGUST 18, 1959 TO MAY 31, 1962
lleceipts:
Contributions
Proceeds of bank loans (see contra)
Proceeds of 6'%. World 'a Fair Notes*
Rental from leases and licenses
Miscellaneous income
Total receipts
Disbursements:
Repayment of bank loans (see contra)
Construction cost
Other pre-Fair expenses
Total disbursements
$ 90,100.00
3,000,000.00
18,476,000.00
5, 222,125.50
28,351.21
3,000,000.00
5,917,521.99
8,
Cash, investment and deposit balance May 31, 1962
Distribution of balance:
cash (inc;1uding time deposits) $5,591 t 714.20
Leas • Unremitted withheld taxes
Operating and construction deposits
*Total subscribed
Total pledged
21,654.71 $ 5,570,059.49
3,542,304.49
$29 J 009 '000
515,000
$29,524,000
$26,816,576.71
17,704,212.73
$ 9,112,363.98
$ 9,112,363.98
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AGENDA ITEM 1.
The attached page is to be substituted
for p. 2 of the draft of the minutes of the
Executive Committee meeting of May 7, 1962
previously distributed by Miss Haig.
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AGENDA ITEM 1. Approval of minutes of
meeting of April 16, 1962
unanimously
On motion duly made and seconded, it was
RESOLVED, that the reading of the
minutes of the Executive Committee meeting
of April 16, 1962, is dispensed with, and such
minutes are approved.
AGENDA ITEM 2. Public Relations Program
Recommendations and Budget
There was a general discussion of the
communications, public relations, press, publicity, and advertising
activities of the Fair. It was the sense of the meeting that it was
desirable to have a more comprehensive statement of the responsibility
with respect to these activities than was provided for in the Board of
Directors resolution of June 24, 1960 on this subject. Accordingly,
on motion duly made and seconded, it was unanimously
RESOLVED, that, subject only to the
overall authority of the Executive Committee,
the President shall have authority over, and
responsibility for, the organization, administration,
personnel and conduct of public relations, communi-
cations, press, publicity, and advertising activities
of the Fair Corporation, including the Communications
and Public Relations Division of the Fair Corporation
and its counselors, the Thomas J. Deegan Company, Inc. ,
the William J. Donoghue Corporation, the J. Walter
Thompson Company, Inc., John Campbell Films, Inc.,
and Richard Guthridge; and
FURTHER RESOLVED, that the President
shall determine the extent to which, and the manner
in which, such authority and responsibility shall be,
from time to t1me, delegated to officers of the Fair
Corporation and the contractors to the Fair Corporation.
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AGENDA ITEM 5(b 1)
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TO: C011111iasioner Robert Moses, President, New York World
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s Fair
FROM1 Guy P. Tozzoli 1964-1965 Corporation
DATE: June 11, 1962
SUBJECT: TIANSP(ItTATION SECTION, WORLD'S FAIR • STATUS
Jtllil!fliitiii HELIPORT» CLUB AND RESTAURANT \JI \

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The Port Authority is prepared to construct the World's Fair Heliport, Club and
Restaurant facilities together with an exhibit building in the base, in accordance
with the general terms on which verbal agreement has been reached. The legal
staffs of the Port Authority and the Fair have virtually concluded the document
embodying the terms of this agreement. Approval was received from the Board of
C011111issioners of the Port Authority at its meeting of May lOth and we are prepared
to execute the document as soon as it is finalized.
Construction Schedule
In order that this facility will be available for use by both the Fair Corporation
and other exhibitors by October 1963, we have proceeded on a definitive design.
Bids were advertised for the furnishing and erection of the steel on June 1, 1962.
These bids are due on June 21, 1962. Our Board has authorized award of this con-
tract upon receipt.
The foundation plans are virtually completed and it is expected that construction
of the foundations will begin on or about August 1, 1962.
Helicopter Operations
A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed by the Port Authority and New York
Airways under which New York Airways will operate all helicopter services. New
York Airways has on order five new Boeing Vertol 107 twin-turbine helicopters
which will provide service from within the Metropolitan Area and the airports to
the Fair. Negotiations are presently underway between the Port Authority, New
York Airways, Boeing and United Aircraft (Sikorsky) to obtain additional equip•
ment from both companies. This equipment would be furnished to New York Airways
on a lease basis. Our object is to extend the scope of helicopter operations to
the Fair to the outlining areas of Philadelphia, Connecticut and Long Island.
For example, a helicopter flight from Philadelphia to the Fair would take approxi•
mately 28 minutes. These negotiations, if concluded successfully, would result in
additional helicopter traffic and paid admissions to the Fair.
Club & Restaurant
An agreement has been executed by the Port Authority and Top of The Fair, Inc.
and we have received an payment of $100,000. Under this agreement the
Port Authority would construct the building, walls, soundproof ceiling, etc. and
Top of The Fair, Inc. would provide the capital for interior finishes and
furnishings, kitchen equipment, etc. Review of this agreement by the Fair
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legal staff indicated a permissive right to have Knott Hotels operate this
facility. A meaorandum from Knott Hotels is attached indicating their acceptance
of this responsibility and a willingness to operate a reatauxant in the future
subject to definitive negotiations with the Park Department and the City of New
York. Under a supplementary agreement which is being worked out by the legal
staffs of tbe Fair and the Port Authority, Knott Hotels would become the organ!·
zation to organize, manage and operate the World's Fair Club
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Restaurant and
"Cocktail Louqe during the period from October 1963 to the close of the Pair.
W9rld 's Fair Club
Under the supplementary agreement, the organization, management and operation of
the Club by lnott Hotels Corporation would be subject to the approvals
of both the Pair Corporation and the Port Authority. This also includes approval
of prices, interior layout and furnishings, etc. The Agreement further states
that there shall be a Board of Governors of the Club consisting of twelve persona;
five designated by the Port Authority and five to be designated by the Pair Corpor-
ation, with a Chairman and Vice Chairman to be designated by mutual agreement
between the Port Authority and t:he Fair Corporation. The Board of Governors will
assist and ulte recoaaendations to the Pair Corporation and the Port Authority in
aatters of club direction and control. The dues for the Club and the methods and
procedures· for soliciting. and approving memberships will be subject to the Fair
Corporation'• approval. The present agreement states that IH!lbership in the Club
shall be open to all persons regardless of race, creecl, sex or color and that
there ahall be no diecrbaination in the solicitation or admiasion of member1.
The Club will be physically separated from the public restaurant and cocktail
lounge facilities, There will also be set aside within the Club area a special
area for the exclusive use of the World's Fair Corporation, capable of handliq
100 people. It will also be possible for the Fair Corporation• for ita official
fuactions, to take over all or a part of the total facility. Eleven hundred
people can be accOIIIIIOdated at one time in the club end restaurant level and an
additional 360 people can be accOIIIDodated at one time in the Cocktail Lounse
level.
Proyitigns Por The future
The is being designed as a permanent facility in the event that approval
is obtained frc. the City of New York to retain the building after the Fair is
cloaed. Bxamples of this penaanent building construction are use of creosoted
pilea in lieu of plain tblber piles, permanent air-conditioning centralized system
in lieu of a rental arrangement, etc. The Port Authority bas agreed to make
application to the City and title to the building would be turned over to the City.
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of New York. The Knott Hotels Corporation is willing to remain as the operator
of this facility after the Fair closes but this is subject to negotiation between
the Knott Hotels Corporation and the Department of Parks 10 with ultimate approval
by the Board of Estbnate. Helicopter operations may continue after the Pair is
closed subject to the need for such service. I have already held discussions with
New York Airways on this point.
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Knott tlotels C«H't•oration io to accet,t the AlJpointruent by
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to u•ana!!e !lnd operate all of the food,
beverage and club 1 i ties in the Port of New York Authority·
llel i ,.ur·l. Uuihlin" in lht> 'fransport"ltinn Section of the New York
World's f'air.
Our Officer-. afiCI Re..,;t..,lUr·;mt U]vision be"Pn
wil h i nttor·i or decor:t tors, s truct.ural desi and kitchen en-
ginPers RincP iLs and we about
thP nf t.hi s npt•r;• ti on. lt .. w.i ll trul be one of the
•·st Ol•t:l'itUun-,. nf its kind in the world.
Our CXt ea·Jpm·t·d which n<.1w thf• food and bever"lge
facililil's in tht> Url.lt.ed prin«'il'al insurance com-
panies and 'c.Jt• J uxe hotel .,.; , wi 1 l ma•rt everv f"ffort to produce the
finest iu culin.try lt•ncc.
We envisil"n tlwl t,iae rl!put.atinit nf t.his will inurP, not
only t..o t.ht- lJt->nt->fit.. of tlat• • Faia·, but, a]su t.n t.he Pr1rt of
New Yod, ,\ut.horit.y ,;uul "'J'op of t.l••'


Ther•• is m .. i•• our miu<.l t.h.'l.,t· tlus los:atjon, on
Gr:tnd t:<:nlr:tl P.1f'l,w ay. n(•;tl' tb,.. tiP"' Sl..tdium, in a uenc;ely I•OJJU•
Jated aJ'e;a, ,.-.ill cn11Ur•uf" tu I)P t..ht>l-'·tir closes.
We .:wnticij.oilt.c 1 • (•l•pr•.,tion fur• years to come.
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INTIRHATIOIIJoL A"AIU ' Dll<lalTI ~
June 8, 1962
LIST OF PARTICIPANTS
IN
INTERNATIONAL AREA
OF
~ T H E NEW YORK WORLD
1
S FAIR 1984-1965.
Afghanistan
Arab States (League of)
Argentina
Australia
Belgium
Brazil
Cambodia
Cameroun
Central .African Republic
Chad
China (Republic of)
Christian Science Church
Colombia
Congo (Brazzaville)
Dahomey
Ecuador
France
Gabon·
Germany
Greece
Guinea
Haiti
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Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Ireland
Islam Mosque
Italy
Ivory Coast
Japan
Jordan
Korea
Kuwait
Lebanon
Liberia
Libya .
Malagasy Republic
Malaya
Mali
Mauritania
Mexico
Netherlands
Niger
Organization of
American States
Pakistan
Panama
Peru
Philippines
Saudi Arabia
Senegal
Sierra Leone
Singapore
Sudan
Syria
Thailand
Trinidad and Tobaqo
Turkey
United Arab Republic
United Kingdom
UNICEF
Upper Volta
Uruguay
U.S.S.R.
Vatican City
Venezuela
Yugoslavia
UN IS PH K A C 0 tQ61
II'.!.ACl TriAOUOH
U"'lOrAtTANOING
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT FLUSHING MEADOW PARK
FLUSHING 52, N.Y. • TELEPHONE· AREA CODE 212· Wf 4-1964 • CABLE AODRUS.WORLDSFAIR"
ROBERT MOSES
June 6, 1962
CHAI\ltS POLETTI
V\Cl PAUIOINT
PRESIDENT
INTERNATIONAL DT'iiTSION
I. Contracts have been signed by the following participants in the
International Section:
Belgium 164, 811 sq. ft.
China, Republic of 24, 529
Christian Science Pavilion 21, 520
":i Ethiopia 26, 500
Guinea 22, 000
Haiti 10,000
Hong Kong 6, 000
India 25, 018
Indonesia 40,000
Islam Mosque 12, 044
Mali 25,000
Mexico 30, 001
-Pakistan 10,000
- Panama 6, 000
"'"> Philippines 15, 000
SUdan 10,000
Thailand 12,000
UAR 20,000
USSR 78,000
II. The following participants have selected a site and completed
negotiations with the Fair, contracts are in the hands of
appropriate offidals for signature:
Argentina
Brazil
Cambodia
Colombia
Ecuador
Ireland
Japan
Korea
Lebanon
Liberia
Malaya
Peru
Sierra Leone
Turkey
Uruguay
Venezuela
3:3, 000 sq. ft.
37,000
7,000
l5, GOO
15,000
15,000
50,000
18,000
10,000
10,000
G,OOO
10,000
6,000
25,000
6,000
20,000
- 2-
m. The following participants have reserved sites:
Afghanistan
Australia
Dominican Republic
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Jordan
League of Arab States
OAS
Trinidad & Tobago
UNICEF
United Kingdom
Vatican City
'tugoslavia
10, 000 sq. ft.
50,000
6,000
50,000
50,000
22,000
50,000
8, 500
8,000
7,734
8,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
24,000
IV. The following have declared their intent to participate, site is
allocated but not ret confirmed:
Cameroun
Central African Republic
Chad
Congo, Republic of (Brazzaville}
Dahomey
Gabon
Ivory Coast
M a l a g a . . ~ y F..epublic
Mauritania
Niger
Senegal
Upper Volta
Kuwait
I,! ether lands
Saudi Arabia
Syria

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MEMORANDUM

ro: Coaaisaioner Robert Moses' President t New York World I B Fair
FROM: Guy :r. tozzoli 1964·65 Corporation
)ATE: June 4, 1962
SUBJECT: 'fRAHSPOll1'AtiON SECTION, WORLD'S FAIR •
IIKIIIUIJII SIHIA.B.Y OF SPACE ALLOCAtiONS AND NEGO'.riAnONS
::OPYTO:
REFER
TO O.ATI
ltETUitN TO
,. ....• ,
NOTED
BV DATI:
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tabulated below is the status of leases signed, space allocations and negotiations
to date in the transportation Section:
Leases Signed or Participation
Agreements Signed
Ford Motor Company
General Motors
Marine Center
Chrysler Corporation
Transportation & travel Pavilion
Sinclair Refining Co,
U. 8. Rubber Company
Mobile Homes Mfgrs. Association
Arlington Hat Company
Five Concessions
Leases Under Active Negotiation
Heliport
Total:
Greyhound (Exhibit area included within
operating and maintenance area)
Space Allocations

Air France
B.O.A.C.
Total:
B.A.M.A. (British Automobile Mfgrs, Assn.)
Strol•A•Matic
Total:
Total Area • 2,129,000 S.F.
Area {S.F.)
304,998
304,920
130,000
129,987
112,500
15,152
15,000
6,000
7,000
30,000
1,055,557
60,000
85,000
145,000

10,000
9,000
24,000
303,000
Coamissioner Robert Moses
Company
Transportation 6 Travel
Pavilion
Marine Center
Aerospace
- 2 June 4, 1962
STATUS OF NEGOTIATIONS
Sq. Ft.
112,500
130,000
250,000
Status
The option on this pavilion expires on
June 13th. Agreement has been reached
with Mr. Thatcher, the President of
Transportation & Travel Pavilion, Inc.
to execute the lease document and to
proceed with definitive plans and
construction.
Messrs. Briggs and Crane, the developers
of the Marine Center, have begun a pro-
motional campaign to attract participants
in this multiple exhibit venture. This
campaign will continue throughout the
summer and will culminate in the Chicago
Boat Show scheduled for next September.
The American Rocket Society has declined
the sponsorship of this exhibit due to a
large extent on NASA's reluctance to
endorse the project, We are now in the
process of attempting to have several
major aerospace manufacturers combine
together on this project and are arrang·
ing with a contractor for the construc-
tion of a building on a cost plus basis.
Of course, this exhibit depends in
large measure upon the content of the
Federal Pavilion. If the Federal
exhibit is centered upon the exploration
of space, there is quite obviously
little need for an independent space
exhibit. We must now await the appoint•
ment of a Federal Commissioner in order
to determine the extent to which the
Federal Government will emphasize the
space story.
Commissioner Robert MOses
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Greyhound
Sq. Ft.
85,000
(Exhibit area included
within operating and
maintenance area)
Mobile Homes Mfgrs. Assn, 6,000
Firestone Indefinite
Goodyear Carveyor
StaRB.car 41,360
June 4, 1962
Status
Stuart Constable, Erwin Witt and I met
with Messrs. Maino and Brion of Grey-
hound and reached a tentative agreement
on the rental payment for an exhibit
within operating and main-
tenance area. This agreement is now
being incorporated into an appropriate
document by the World's Fair legal staff.
During this reporting period, the Mobile
Homes Association signed
its lease which was subsequently executed
by the Port Authority on behalf of the
Fair Corporation. We have forw11rded the
Association's check for $12,000 to
Mr. Vitt.
Firestone is the exclusive supplier of
original equipment tires to the Ford
Motor Company. This is the only remain·
ing exclusive tire arrangement in the
auto industry. In view of this, Howard
Cullman will meet with Henry Ford II in
an attempt to have Mr. Ford use his good
offices on our behalf with Harvey Fire•
stone.
The objections of General Motors have
caused Goodyear to abandon its efforts on
this project. Iu line with your instruc•
tions, we will make no further efforts on
the Carveyor,
The Car 1 ing Brewing Company ha& turned
down the proposal to sponsor this new
form of transportation. We have there·
fore turned the Carling account over to
Mr. Constable and Judge Rosenman to see
if they can work out something with this
firm in some other section of the Fair.
The of StaRRcar will hold
a series of meetings on June lOth and
in New York, in the hopes of
attracting a sponsor for the exhibit.
Commissioner Robert Moses
Company
Sports & Special Events
Stadium
Eastern Air Lines
Railroad Exhibit
Air France
B.O.A.C.
B.A.M.A.
Standard Oil Company of
New Jersey
G:r'r: nb
4
Sg, Ft,
102,000
10,000
Indefinite
10,000
10,000
9,000
Indefinite
• • •
June 4, 1962
Status
A full presentation on this project has
been made to the Atlantic Refining
Company and the SoconyMMob il 011 Company.
These organizations have the project
under active consideration at this t:lme.
After a delay of several weeks. Eastern
has shown a sudden increase in interest
in this project, We expect a decision
shortly.
The railroads are pleased with the
results of the western roads' exhibit at
the Seattle World's Fair and they are
considering a approach for New
York. A final decision will be made at
a meeting of the Eastern Railroad PresiM
dents Conference to be held in New York
on June 21st.
The decisions of Air France, BOAC and
BAMA will be based on the status of the
French and British exhibits at the Fair.
We now in the light of the
International Division
1
s recent announce,.
ment of the pavilions for the major
European nations» that these foreign
organizations will exhibit in the
national Section of the Fair.
We have been discussing with Mr. Motley
his arranging a meeting with executives
of this firm in order to make a presenM
tation. Mr. Motley may also be of help
with several of the other oil and rubber
companies,
:n;;J-
F. Tozzd./, Director
d Trade Department

to A·R1021
AGENDA ITEM 5(a2)
MEMORANDUM
....
TO: • COllllliaaioner R -t.
FROM: Guy F. 'J:ozzoVert
j
DATE: June 1, 1962
SUBJECT: ntANSPCilTA'J:ION SECTION» WORLD'S FAIR
REFERENCE: PAVI1ION
COPYTO: Messrs. Preusse w/1, Witt w/1
$25,000.
June 13,
This group has been doing a conacientious job of soliciting
tenants for the building. They have spent over $100,000, in promotion and
sales personnel salaries. As of the present time they have options on
approximately 20'%. of the total rentable space in the building but no leases
have been signed since it is difficult to convince small exhibitors of this
type of the necessity for committing themselves at an early date.
Mr. Thatcher, the President of this Corporation» and I are both
convinced that this Pavilion will become a success. Mr. Thatcher is
willing to execute the lease i.mnediately and begin final design plans with
a view to starting construction in October of this year. He however,
requested a schedule in rental payments in order to relieve him of the heavy
financial burdens before he can sign de'finitive sub-leases with tenants. I
am attaching a rental payment schedule which calla for the payment of an
additional $40,000 at sixty day intervals in 1962 and the payment of an
additional $397,000 in 1963. I have discussed this with Mr. Witt and he is
in accord with this schedule.
It is my recommendation that you approve this rental payment
schedule and we ·..till proceed immediately with the execution of the final
lease.
GFT:nb
Att.
PORT CF NtW AU1HORITY
I l(J,, o .. uti fAIII
Ri:.CtiVED
JUN 4 1962
A.M. P.M.

,.,
Total Ground lent
Dec.-ber 1, 1961
!llfW, PAYMIR'r SCIIID1JLI
TIAJISPCil.TA.'liOH ARD TRAVEL PAVILION
112
1
509 Sq, Pt. @ $8 per Sq. Pt.
Rental
Payment
$ 25,000
(aipq of Option qreement)
June 15, 1962 (sipina of Lease)
August lS, 1962
October 15, 1962
December 15, 1962
January 15
1
1963
rebruary 15, 1963
March 15, 1963
April 15
1
1963
Hay 15, 1963
June 15 • 1963
July 15
1
1963
Aupat 15
1
1963
September 15, 1963
October 15, 1963
H ~ e r 15, 1963
December 15 • 1963
July 15, 1964
January 15
1
1965
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
30,000
30,000
30,000
30,000
30,000
30,000
30,000
30,000
30,000
40,000
40,000
37,072
224,000
224,000
Cumulative
Total
35,000
45,000
55,000
65,000
95,ono
125,000
155,000
185,000
215,000
245,000
275,000
305,000
335,000
375,000
415.000
452,072
676,072
900,072
AGENDA ITEM 5(al)
·:k.J
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'1:: . ,4·!1.4 ,,
PORT OF NEW - I
TO: COI:IC1ssioner Robert
FROM: Guy F. Tozzol1
,,
President, New York World's F:
1964-1965 Corporation
OATE: May 8, 1962
.
SUB.JECT: TRANSPORTATION SECTION, WORlD'S FAIR - GREYHOUND CORPORATION
COPY TO:
I

./J.r,
t'
Greyhound
within a
Mr. Maino proposes to use the ground floor of the bui ldi.rrg which w'il1 be con ..
structed to house the offices and sel'vice functions as an exhibit and automated
post-house restaurant.
In order keep our proposed agreement simple Messrs. Constable, Witt and I
felt that Cl lump Sl.ml rental arrangement was preferred. Mr. Maino offered a
lump sum rental payment of $80,000 and we countered with a proposal of a lUlllp
sum of which he accepted. ground floor •>f tlu> building is
20)000 feet,
Under the pror.ost,d c.grecm.:nt Greyh,;und At The Fair would inc·lude the .:ost of
construction of the shell of the ground floor with absolutely no
except fur pluc1bing rough.ing in the estimated ;:ost of t;beir oper;;ting agreement.
At Mr. Witt's scggc•stion a definite will be put on the :onstruction of
this building ar:ci any costs over estimate· will be borne by the ,J.lre'nt
co:rporAtiuu. The pal.'ent corporation t_.ill, of bear all cost:i J!'xhibit
&nd plus operation of same. L/
It i6 chat you ••pprovli! this arrangement. f ' ,-; (! /'-V\_
/ ./ I I 1/
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GFT: r:b
AUNlDA ITEM ,!e
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
TO:
Mr. Robert Moses
DATE: June 6, 1962
FROM: Mr. Martin Stone
S:uBJECT: INDUSTRIAL SECTION -- SUMMARY OF SPACE ALLOCATIONS
AND NEGOTIATIONS
Tabulated below is the status of space to date in the Industrial
Area under the jurisdiction of this Section. It does not, there-
fore, include space allocated to concessions or religious exhibits,
both under the jurisdiction of Mr. Constable's department.
Total Rentable Area: 3, 245, 698 sq. ft.
Leases Signed
Companies
Bell System
Coca-Cola
DuPont
Eastman Kodak
General Electric
IBM
National Cash Register
Pepsi-Cola
Rheingold
S. C. Johnson
Schaefer
Simmons
Travelers Insurance
Industry Associations
American Gas Association
Edison Electric Institute
Sg. Ft.
104,935
46,314
46,956
69,497
56,101
54,038
18,892
93,696
49,385
17,305
45,478
10,931
49,487
663,015
79,290
47,204
126,494
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
TO: Mr. Robert Moses DATE: June 6, 1962
FROM: Mr. Martin Stone
SUBJECT: INDUSTRIAL SECTION-- SUMMARY OF SPACE ALLOCATIONS
AND NEGOTIATIONS -
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Multiple-Exhibitor Pavilions
Better Living Building
Graphic Arts Pavilion
Hall of Education
House of Good Taste
Pavilion of American Interiors
Project '64
World of Food
Option Exercised
Continental Insurance Company
150, 677 ¢
56, 004
50, 001
74, 160
38, 110
75, 000
50, 066
494, 018
12, 699 *
rrOTAL 1, 296, 226
* Continental Insurance Company has exercised its option
and is in the process of negotiating a formal lease.
¢ Contra.ct being renegotiated for less space.
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INDUSTRIAL SECTION
STATUS OF ALL NEGOTIATIONS
(as of June 6, 1962)
.1. AMERICAN CAN CO, Meeting with H. H. Howry, Jr. (also Chrmn:
Shows & Exhibits Committee of Association of National Adver-
tisers) indicated company had turned down participation.
However, they will reconsider and plan a marketing committee
meeting at the Fair in early July. If they participate, it could
be with their own exhibit, in a multiple or in cooperation with
some other company. A concept is not the problem. It is the
decision to participate or not, and, if so, to what extent.
2. AMERICAN CARPET INSTITUTE. Meeting with Mr. Connett,
Publicity and Advertising Director of the Associated, indicated
interest. A $2,000,000 proposal was submitted to an a s s o c i ~ ­
tion meeting. Subsequently, their Executive Committee turned
down the project {5/26/62).
3. AMERICAN CHICLE CO. Preliminary meeting with Mr. Harris
Vice President (Advertising) and Mr. Vandeburg (V. E. K.
Associates) has been held at which they presented children's
area concept to this company (originally offered to Beech-Nut).
Another meeting scheduled.
4. AMERICAN CYANAMID (Formica Division). Company policy is not
in terms of an integrated approach, but opportunity is left
open to the various divisions. The Formica Division is inte:r.-
ested in introducing a revolutionary, complete plastic house in
1984. They have been put in touch with McCall's Magazine
who are interested in furnishing and promoting this house.
Lot 1, block 5 (21, 774 sq. ft.) has been offered them. Inves-
tigation of costs, labor, etc. , is being pursued. This looks
hopeful.
5. AMERICAN ECONOMIC FOUNDATION. This foundation plans a
"Hall of Free Enterprise" on about 40-50,000 sq. ft. There
will be no identification of sponsorship. While given no
promises by the Fair other than that their idea is acceptable,
they are beginning a fund raising drive for $3, 000, 000 to
finance the project, the aim of which it is to tell the story of
"Americcm Economics. " According to the Foundation, their
response {6/4/62) has been encouraging.
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6. AMERICAN IRON & STEEL INSTI'TUTE. On a visit to Pittsburgh,
there seemed hope this organization might still be interested
in an exhibit, notwithstanding previous discouraging reports.
On May 28, 1962 we were told there was no interest.
7. AMERICAN MACHINE & FOUNDRY. This company has been offered
an idea for an "Olympics of Bowling,
11
including competition
among foreign countl"ies, states and industries represented at
the Fair. No action has been taken since this was presented
to Mr. Moorehead Patterson, Chairman of the Board. The
matter now rests with Mr. Carter Burgess.
8. AVON PRODUCTS, INC. All early presentations resulted in refusals.
We are seeking to reopen this potential with a new concept for
an exhibit which will have to be inexpensive (May 16. 1962).
9. P. BALLANTINE & SON. Final drawings were prepared and pre-
sented by Donald Deskey AJ3so ciates on May 29, 1962. We
have as yet no final decision.
10. BEECH-NUT. This situation has been pending for over a year.
A $3,000,000 project for a children's area has been proposed.
The company is now studying the proposition in relation to the
cost factor. The idea has been presented to the Chairman of
the Board and the full Executive Committee. No change since
May 15, 1962.
11. JOHN H. BRECK, INC. May 24, 1962 visit to Mr. J. H. Breck, Jr.,
Executive Vice President, indicated participation ,at feasible
because of cost. Possible opening in the future if a three-way
joint pavilion could be arranged with Clairol and Ladies Home
Journal.
12. BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES. Preliminary investigation with J. S. Love,
J:r: (son of top man), indicated some interest. We are exploring
ideas for a proper representation of corporate image.
13. CAMPBELL SOUP CO. Negative reaction of Mr. William Murphy,
President, reported by Mr. Ken Jolly, Vice President and
Public Relations Director May 15, 1962. Ne},.i step is to get
to Mr. Murphy with a new and, at his request, inexpensive
exhibit idea.
14. CARNATION COMPANY. Visit with A. M. Chormley, President,
May 25, 1962 on west coast. A good prospect. Needs develop-
ment of exhibit ideas.
.!?age 5
15. CHAMPION PAPER & FIBRE CO. April 26, 1962 Ed Russell,
Executive Vice President, reported negative response.
16. CLAIROL DIVISION OF BRISTOL/MYERS. May 17, 1962 Jack Shor,
Corporate Public Relations Director, visited Fair. Company is
intarested if they can afford their own exhibit. If not, they may
want to combine (see Breck above) .
. 17. COLGATE-PALMOLIVE CO. Several meetings have been held recently
with this company against a background of earlier definite refusals.
There now seems to be a revival of interest. This company wants
an exhibit to describe Colgate's image - "cleanliness, modernity,
research." Money seems to be the problem. (May 11, 1962)
18. CORN PRODUCTS. May 15, 1962. This company reported having had
six or eight presentations made by designers costing $6 to
$8,000,000 which were far too expensive. The result is a
refusal unless they find a good, inexpensive exhibit i:lea.
19. DISTILLERS CORFORATION .. SEAGRAMS, INC. May 22, 1962
approach made through the Compton Agency and an appointment
made to see the Messrs. Broniman on June 5, 1962. The
advertising agency is enthusiastic about the New York
Restoration (1664) idea.
20. DOLE CO:EP ORATION. May 25, 1962 visit with Mr. H. C. Corneulle,
President, on the west coast. No immediate good prospects.
21. EQUITABLE IJFE. This company is seriously considering a special
exhibit to feature demography. A modest expenditure (probably
$400, 000} has informal approval from the president of the com-
pany. Details are being followed. This looks hopeful, but
still no change since May 15, 1962.
22. GENERAL CIGP.R. George B. Reichert, Advertising Director, indicated
some interest in a sports stadium. A follow-up is being made
through Mr. Cullman, via Mr. Miller Moore of Bankers Trust.
23. GENERAL MILLS CO. Call on General Edwin Rawlins, President,
with Mr. Motley on June 5, 1962. General Rawlins assigned
consideration of Fair participation to Mr. Crabtree, Public
Relations Director.
24. H. J. HEINZ CO. Ralph Johnson, Assistant to the President, reported
that Mr. Young of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, architect for this
company's office building, is ~ e y to this situation. There is
little interest :r.ow .• but they did decide to go into Seattle Fair as
late as January 15, 1962. Matter is being reopened. Frank
Armour, President, also has been consulted.

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26. HUNT FOODS & INDUSTRIES Visit with the Executive Vice President,
Arthur Wmston, on the west coast, May 24, 1962. No immediate
prospects. Needs development.
26. KOPPERS CO. Visit to Pittsburgh found interest by Koopers Co. based
on their recent business growth overseas. They indicated a desire
for an International Hospitality Center to be located in the Indus-
trial Area on the periphery of the International Area. This company
has agreed to call a meeting of their executive group in Pittsburgh.
A design is being prepared for them. No change since May 15, 1962.
27. LADIES HOME JOURNAL May 22, 1962 Kent Mitchell, Publisher,
agreed to assign a staff member to study possible participation
with Clairol (see above).
28. McCALL'S A. Edward Miller, Publisher, is interested in participating
with the Formica Division of American Cyanamid (see a">ove).
29. METROPOLITAN lJFE lliSURANCE CO. Last meeting on June 4, 1962.
After long negotiations it now appears that this is a refusal, unless
Mr. Ecker wishes to take it on himself to change the decision.
Several propositions have been offered, but Charles Dougherty, Sr.,
Vice President, Public Relations, and his assistant C. L. Fisher,
Third Vice President, are against participation and have so advised
Mr. Ecker. Mr. Ecker has advised Mr. Moses of this decision.
30. MINNEAPOLIS-HONEY'WELL Visit with Mr. Motley in Minneapolis
with Mr. Sweatt, former Chairman of Board, and Mr. Wishart,
present Chairman, resulted in assignment of Fair participation to
Mr. Herb Bissell, Advertising Vice President. Follow-up
scheduled.
3]. MINNESOTA MINING & MANUFACTURING Visit with Mr. Motley in
Minneapolis with Mr. Herb Beretow, President, and Messrs.
Patterson, Sampair and Moosberger of Foreign Division and
Advertising Department, has reopened consideration of partici-
pation. Additional meetings scheduled.
32. MUTUAL OF OMAHA Harold Fair (their advertising agency's New
York representative) has been approached (May 24, 1962) and
participation in Fair is being considered for first time by this
company. In initial stages.
33. NATIONAL DAIRY CO. Originally was a strong negative. The matter
has been reopened with an idea for an old fashioned "ice cream
parlor," featuring all of the Sealtest and Kraft products. Mr.
Joseph Caliri, Secretary, is to present this to the President.
No further progress since May 15, 1962.
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34. NATIONAL DISTILLERS & CHEMICAL CORPORATION. Henry Brown,
Public Relations Director, agreed to try to get the proper group
from this company to visit the Fair and reopen consideration.
(May 31, 1962)
35. NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. Against a negative background
this situation has recently been reopened, both directly with the
company and with their advertising agency. New top company
officers have been elected recently and an appmach will be made;
advertising agency (Compton) has been cooperative.
36. PHILIP MORRJB, I N C ~ Prel iminary idea of a hospitality center was
presented to Roger Greene, Ad. Di.r. Next step is to get to
Mr. Cullman, which has been arranged through the Bankers Trust Co.
37. PIEL BROS. Plans for two Piel Bros. exhibits - one in the Industrial
and the o ther in the Transportation Section - were agreed to in
principle on May 17, 1962. Costs and other factors are now
being investigated. All signs seem favorable.
38. PILlSBURY. Meeting in Minneapolis with Mr. Motley resulted in
assignment of Mr. Powell, Public Relations Director, by Mr. Paul
Gerot, President of Pillsbury. Many officers and marketing and
advertising personnel have been briefed. Further appointments
to be arranged.
39. PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASs: Several proposals have been made to
this company including a tie-in for closed circuit television rights
throughout the Fair. Top management has been reluctant to make
a commitment despite recommendations from J. Walter Thompson
(their advertising agency) and Vice President in charge of Public
Relations. We have not thus far been able to convince the Presi-
dent of the company, Mr. David Hill. No progress since 5/15/62.
40. QUAKER OATS CO. Appointment scheduled in Chicago, June 6, 1962.
41. RADIO CORPORATION OF AlVlERICA. Messrs. Engstrom (President)
and Bilby (Vice President-Public Relations) have been out to the
Fair. The major problem seems to be the creation of an exhibit
which will protect a cost-conscious administm lion. Mr. Moses
has proposed an admission charge for an RCA "show" and we are
pursuing this approach together 'JJith other suggestions of means
whereby RCA can recoup a multi-million dollar expenditure which
we feel is surely justifiable. (May 21, 1962) RCA commissioned
two designers to submit proposals. Also there have been approaches
made to RCA concerning a "monorail" as a concession.
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42. REVLON. This company definitely wants to participate in the Fair.
They have sought ideas from their public relations and advertising
firms without satisfl]ing Mr. Charles Revson. We are making
several new proposals.
43. REXALL DRUG & CHE:MICAL CO. May 24, 1962 meeting with Mr.
Bowles, President, on the west coast. This followed earlier
meeting at the Fair with other top officers. Company is tnter-
ested but apparently reluctant to spend. A tie-in with a drug
outfit is being explored.
44. ROCKWELL MANUFACI'URING. May 24, 1962 Mr. W. F. Weiner, Vice
President and Director of Advertising and Public Relations, indi-
cated lack of money and consumer products make prospects
difficult. 'They might respond favorably if a good, inexpensive
idea could be found.
45. SKF INDUSTRIES. Earlier approaches indicated interest, but no answer
will be made until July. The matter is now being considered in
Sweden.
46. SPERRY R A N D ~ May 24, 1962 possible interest by their Univac Division
based on their success in Seattle.
47. WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORPORATION. This company has been
negative on participation in the Fair. Now there is a new interest
in a revival by Westinghouse of its "time capsule" project of 1939.
48. WORLD COFFEE COUNCIL. May 21, 1962. This client of J. Walter
Thompson may be interested in an exhibit. The presentation
now awaits return of key men.
49. WORLD OF TOYS. Offer of Lot 9, Block 8 - 26, BOO sq. ft. - has
been made to "World of Toys" which is negotiating a lease.
This is an industry-wide cooperative effort, and the lease forms
are in their hands. Appears favorable.
AGENDA ITEM 2,
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
SUMMARY STATEMENT OP RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMBNTS
AUGUST 18, 1959 TO MAY 31, 1962
lleceipts:
Contributions
Proceeds of bank loans (see contra)
Proceeds of 6'%. World 'a Fair Notes*
Rental from leases and licenses
Miscellaneous income
Total receipts
Disbursements:
Repayment of bank loans (see contra)
Construction cost
Other pre-Fair expenses
Total disbursements
$ 90,100.00
3,000,000.00
18,476,000.00
5, 222,125.50
28,351.21
3,000,000.00
5,917,521.99
8,
Cash, investment and deposit balance May 31, 1962
Distribution of balance:
cash (inc;1uding time deposits) $5,591 t 714.20
Leas • Unremitted withheld taxes
Operating and construction deposits
*Total subscribed
Total pledged
21,654.71 $ 5,570,059.49
3,542,304.49
$29 J 009 '000
515,000
$29,524,000
$26,816,576.71
17,704,212.73
$ 9,112,363.98
$ 9,112,363.98
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AGENDA ITEM 1.
The attached page is to be substituted
for p. 2 of the draft of the minutes of the
Executive Committee meeting of May 7, 1962
previously distributed by Miss Haig.
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AGENDA ITEM 1. Approval of minutes of
meeting of April 16, 1962
unanimously
On motion duly made and seconded, it was
RESOLVED, that the reading of the
minutes of the Executive Committee meeting
of April 16, 1962, is dispensed with, and such
minutes are approved.
AGENDA ITEM 2. Public Relations Program
Recommendations and Budget
There was a general discussion of the
communications, public relations, press, publicity, and advertising
activities of the Fair. It was the sense of the meeting that it was
desirable to have a more comprehensive statement of the responsibility
with respect to these activities than was provided for in the Board of
Directors resolution of June 24, 1960 on this subject. Accordingly,
on motion duly made and seconded, it was unanimously
RESOLVED, that, subject only to the
overall authority of the Executive Committee,
the President shall have authority over, and
responsibility for, the organization, administration,
personnel and conduct of public relations, communi-
cations, press, publicity, and advertising activities
of the Fair Corporation, including the Communications
and Public Relations Division of the Fair Corporation
and its counselors, the Thomas J. Deegan Company, Inc. ,
the William J. Donoghue Corporation, the J. Walter
Thompson Company, Inc., John Campbell Films, Inc.,
and Richard Guthridge; and
FURTHER RESOLVED, that the President
shall determine the extent to which, and the manner
in which, such authority and responsibility shall be,
from time to t1me, delegated to officers of the Fair
Corporation and the contractors to the Fair Corporation.
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TO: C011111iasioner Robert Moses, President, New York World
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s Fair
FROM1 Guy P. Tozzoli 1964-1965 Corporation
DATE: June 11, 1962
SUBJECT: TIANSP(ItTATION SECTION, WORLD'S FAIR • STATUS
Jtllil!fliitiii HELIPORT» CLUB AND RESTAURANT \JI \

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The Port Authority is prepared to construct the World's Fair Heliport, Club and
Restaurant facilities together with an exhibit building in the base, in accordance
with the general terms on which verbal agreement has been reached. The legal
staffs of the Port Authority and the Fair have virtually concluded the document
embodying the terms of this agreement. Approval was received from the Board of
C011111issioners of the Port Authority at its meeting of May lOth and we are prepared
to execute the document as soon as it is finalized.
Construction Schedule
In order that this facility will be available for use by both the Fair Corporation
and other exhibitors by October 1963, we have proceeded on a definitive design.
Bids were advertised for the furnishing and erection of the steel on June 1, 1962.
These bids are due on June 21, 1962. Our Board has authorized award of this con-
tract upon receipt.
The foundation plans are virtually completed and it is expected that construction
of the foundations will begin on or about August 1, 1962.
Helicopter Operations
A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed by the Port Authority and New York
Airways under which New York Airways will operate all helicopter services. New
York Airways has on order five new Boeing Vertol 107 twin-turbine helicopters
which will provide service from within the Metropolitan Area and the airports to
the Fair. Negotiations are presently underway between the Port Authority, New
York Airways, Boeing and United Aircraft (Sikorsky) to obtain additional equip•
ment from both companies. This equipment would be furnished to New York Airways
on a lease basis. Our object is to extend the scope of helicopter operations to
the Fair to the outlining areas of Philadelphia, Connecticut and Long Island.
For example, a helicopter flight from Philadelphia to the Fair would take approxi•
mately 28 minutes. These negotiations, if concluded successfully, would result in
additional helicopter traffic and paid admissions to the Fair.
Club & Restaurant
An agreement has been executed by the Port Authority and Top of The Fair, Inc.
and we have received an payment of $100,000. Under this agreement the
Port Authority would construct the building, walls, soundproof ceiling, etc. and
Top of The Fair, Inc. would provide the capital for interior finishes and
furnishings, kitchen equipment, etc. Review of this agreement by the Fair
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legal staff indicated a permissive right to have Knott Hotels operate this
facility. A meaorandum from Knott Hotels is attached indicating their acceptance
of this responsibility and a willingness to operate a reatauxant in the future
subject to definitive negotiations with the Park Department and the City of New
York. Under a supplementary agreement which is being worked out by the legal
staffs of tbe Fair and the Port Authority, Knott Hotels would become the organ!·
zation to organize, manage and operate the World's Fair Club
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Restaurant and
"Cocktail Louqe during the period from October 1963 to the close of the Pair.
W9rld 's Fair Club
Under the supplementary agreement, the organization, management and operation of
the Club by lnott Hotels Corporation would be subject to the approvals
of both the Pair Corporation and the Port Authority. This also includes approval
of prices, interior layout and furnishings, etc. The Agreement further states
that there shall be a Board of Governors of the Club consisting of twelve persona;
five designated by the Port Authority and five to be designated by the Pair Corpor-
ation, with a Chairman and Vice Chairman to be designated by mutual agreement
between the Port Authority and t:he Fair Corporation. The Board of Governors will
assist and ulte recoaaendations to the Pair Corporation and the Port Authority in
aatters of club direction and control. The dues for the Club and the methods and
procedures· for soliciting. and approving memberships will be subject to the Fair
Corporation'• approval. The present agreement states that IH!lbership in the Club
shall be open to all persons regardless of race, creecl, sex or color and that
there ahall be no diecrbaination in the solicitation or admiasion of member1.
The Club will be physically separated from the public restaurant and cocktail
lounge facilities, There will also be set aside within the Club area a special
area for the exclusive use of the World's Fair Corporation, capable of handliq
100 people. It will also be possible for the Fair Corporation• for ita official
fuactions, to take over all or a part of the total facility. Eleven hundred
people can be accOIIIIIOdated at one time in the club end restaurant level and an
additional 360 people can be accOIIIDodated at one time in the Cocktail Lounse
level.
Proyitigns Por The future
The is being designed as a permanent facility in the event that approval
is obtained frc. the City of New York to retain the building after the Fair is
cloaed. Bxamples of this penaanent building construction are use of creosoted
pilea in lieu of plain tblber piles, permanent air-conditioning centralized system
in lieu of a rental arrangement, etc. The Port Authority bas agreed to make
application to the City and title to the building would be turned over to the City.
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Commissioner Robert Moses
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1962
of New York. The Knott Hotels Corporation is willing to remain as the operator
of this facility after the Fair closes but this is subject to negotiation between
the Knott Hotels Corporation and the Department of Parks 10 with ultimate approval
by the Board of Estbnate. Helicopter operations may continue after the Pair is
closed subject to the need for such service. I have already held discussions with
New York Airways on this point.
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Attention of Mr. G. f. Tozzoli,
Director Transportation .I
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Knott tlotels C«H't•oration io to accet,t the AlJpointruent by
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to u•ana!!e !lnd operate all of the food,
beverage and club 1 i ties in the Port of New York Authority·
llel i ,.ur·l. Uuihlin" in lht> 'fransport"ltinn Section of the New York
World's f'air.
Our Officer-. afiCI Re..,;t..,lUr·;mt U]vision be"Pn
wil h i nttor·i or decor:t tors, s truct.ural desi and kitchen en-
ginPers RincP iLs and we about
thP nf t.hi s npt•r;• ti on. lt .. w.i ll trul be one of the
•·st Ol•t:l'itUun-,. nf its kind in the world.
Our CXt ea·Jpm·t·d which n<.1w thf• food and bever"lge
facililil's in tht> Url.lt.ed prin«'il'al insurance com-
panies and 'c.Jt• J uxe hotel .,.; , wi 1 l ma•rt everv f"ffort to produce the
finest iu culin.try lt•ncc.
We envisil"n tlwl t,iae rl!put.atinit nf t.his will inurP, not
only t..o t.ht- lJt->nt->fit.. of tlat• • Faia·, but, a]su t.n t.he Pr1rt of
New Yod, ,\ut.horit.y ,;uul "'J'op of t.l••'


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Gr:tnd t:<:nlr:tl P.1f'l,w ay. n(•;tl' tb,.. tiP"' Sl..tdium, in a uenc;ely I•OJJU•
Jated aJ'e;a, ,.-.ill cn11Ur•uf" tu I)P t..ht>l-'·tir closes.
We .:wnticij.oilt.c 1 • (•l•pr•.,tion fur• years to come.
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