Box# 34

Folder# 650
World's Fair
Corporation:
Executive Committee
Meeting Reports (8)
Jull1,1962
UNISI'HEIIIE 01$61

NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964·1965 CORPORATION
I NT E R NAT I 0 N A L E X P 0 SIT I 0 N AT FLU 5 H I N G M E AD 0 W PA A K
FLUSHING 52, N.Y. • TELEPHONE ·AREA CODE 212 • WF 4·1964 • CABLE ADDRESS "WORLOSF'AIR"
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650 DAYS TO OPENING OF FAIR
AGENDA
EXECUTIVE COivTh![ITTEE MEETING
JUI ,y 11
1
1962
~ · ENDA ITEM 1. Approval of minutes of Executive
Committee meeting- June 13, 1962
AGENDA ITEM 2. Financial status
/
(See reference memoranda}
.§:. Delegation of signing authority
on contracts and requisitions
. j
/,GENDA ITEM 3.
b. Financial Reoort
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c. Fair Notes
Authorization for addition to staff
(See reference memorandum)
James A. Dawson
Production Engineer
/ Effective June 25, 1962
/AGENDA ITEM 4. Industrial Area
a. Status report
- (See reference memorandum)
1. Monorail
Problems, sponsorship,
financing
Greyhound objections
2. Hall of Man and Health exhibit
3. Rheingold status
ROBERT 1408£5
I'AISIHNT
Mr. Spargt
Gen. Potter
Mr. Stone
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NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT FLUSHING MEADOW PARK
FLUSHING 52, N.Y. • TELEPHONE-AREA Coot 212 • WF 4·1964 • CABLE ADDREss"WORLOSFAIR"
P&ACC TH,.OUOH
UNO£AaTAPofDINO
~ E N D A ITEM 5. Transportation area
~ · Ratification of executed agreements
1. Transportation and Travel
Pavilion - 6-18-62
2. Others
:£. Status of negotiations
(See reference memorandum)
1. Port Authority exhibit
2. Heliport, restaurant and club
/ Operating agreement
V AQENDA ITEM 6. International area
.§:. Ratification of executed agreements
1. M. Chebil (Twlisia) - 6-8-62
2. Government of Sierra Leone-6-15-62
3. Republic of Korea - 6-28-62
4. National Federation of Coffee Growers
of Colombia - 7-9-62
5. Republic of Turkey - 7-10-62
6. Others
_2. Status of negotiations
(See reference memorandum)
£. U, N. Special Agencies or Unicef
g. Report on Holy See exhtbit
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ROBERT MOSES
PUll DENT
Mr. Tozzoli
Mr. Tozzoli
Mr. Harris
Mr. Harris
Mr. Harris
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT FLUSHING MEADOW PARt(
FLUSHING 52, N.Y. • TELEPHONE· AREA CODE 212 • WF' 4·1964 • CABLE ADDRESS "WORLDSF'AIR"
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ITEM 7. United States Exhibit
(See reference memorandum)
Legislation
£. Plans underway
.£· Atomic exhibit
AGENDA ITEM 8. State participation
Ratification of agreements of
participation
1. State of Maryland- 6-14-62
2. Others
.Q. Status of negotiations
(See reference memorandum)
.£· Hall of Presidents in New York State
building or other building
AGENDA ITEM 9. Concessions and Operations
........... ......
Schedules. Delay in commencing
construction.
£. Ratification of lease agreements
1. First National City Bank - 6-22-62
2. World's Fair Maintenance Company
Amendment #3 - 6-20-62
3. Others
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R08£AT.
'ilhlllPIT
Gen. Potter
Mr.Preusse
Gen. Potter
Mr. Moses
Mr. Constable
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NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT FLUSHING MEADOW PARK
F'LUSHINO 52, N.Y. • TELEPHONE-AREA CODE 212 • WF 4·1964 • CABLE AODAEISWORLDSF'AIR"
c. Authorization to execute
- (See reference memorandum)
1. Grayson-Robinson Stores, Inc.
World's Fair color slides license
g. Status report
1. World's Fair Flight bag
Bearse Manufacturing Corp.
License agreement executed-6-12-62
2. Others
~ · Appointment of special policemen
James J. Callanan
William A. Rothengast
John C. Ryan
ROBERT MOSES
'RIIIDIENT
Mr. Constable
Mr. Constable
Mr. Constable
Kenneth P. Manning
Frank M. Rogers
Thomas F. Connors
/AGENDA ITEM 10. Lake area
Mr. Sidney Kaye
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~ · Authorization to negotiate
and execute
(See reference memorandum)
1. Chun King Corporation
Chinese Garden restaurant
£. Status of negotiations
{See reference memorandum)
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NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORAtlGN
I N T E R NAT I 0 N A L E X P 0 S IT I 0 N AT F' L U S H I N G N £AD
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AGENDA ITEM 11. Fair Engineering and Construction
!· Autlwrization to take bids and
make award
1. Maintenance Buildings contracts
(See reference memorandum)
2. Press Building
Advertising for bids
(See reference memorandum)
.£. Amendment to Rules and Regulations
T.V. cables
(See reference memorandum)
c. Status report
- (See reference memorandum)
Gen. Potter
1. Plans for open-sided Assembly Pavilion
for special events
(See reference memorandum)
AGENDA ITEM 12. Department of Parks
Engineering and construction schedule
a. Status report
- (See reference memorandum)
AGENDA ITEM 13. Arterial contracts
Projects not up to schedule
(See reference memorandum)
AGENDA ITEM 14. Status report
Communications and Public Relations
(See reference memorandum)
AGENDA ITEM 15. Other business
AGENDA ITEM 16. Next meeting of Executive Committee
Mr.Andrews
Mr. Hodgkiss
Mr. Berns
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NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964·1965 CORPORATION
INTER NATIONAL EXPOSITION AT FLUSHING MEADOW PARK
F'Lu&HING 52. N.Y. • TEL£PHON£·AREA CoDE 212· WF' •H964 • CABLE ADDRESSwWORLDSFAIR"
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6.50 DAYS TO OPENING OF FAIR
AGENDA
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
JULY 11. 1962
AGENDA ITEM 1. Approval of minutes of Executive
Committee meeting- June 13, 1962
.AGENDA ITEM 2. Financial status
(See reference memoranda)
!:· Delegation of signing authority
on contracts and requisitions
b. Financial Report
c. Fair Notes
AGENDA ITEM 3. Authorization for addition to staff
(See reference memorandum)
James A. Dawson
Production Engineer
Effective June 25, 1962
AGENDA ITEM 4. Industrial Area
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a. Ratification of executed
agreements of lease
1. Continental Insurance Company
2. Others
ROBERT MOS£15
I'IIUIDCNT
Mr. Spargo
Gen. Whipple
Mr. Stone
b. Status report
(See reference memorandum)
1. Monorail
Problems, sponsorship,
financing
Greyhound objections
2. Hall of Man and Health exhibit
3. Rheingold status
AGENDA ITEM 5. Transportation area
a. Ratification of executed agreements
1. Transportation and Travel
Pavilion - 6-18-62
2. Others
b. Status of negotiations
(See reference memorandum)
1. Port Authority exhibit
2. Heliport, restaurant and club
Operating agreement
AGENDA ITEM 6. . International area
_!!. Ratification of executed agreements
1. M. Chebil (Tunisia) -6-8-62
Mr. Stone
Mr. Tozzoli
Mr. Tozzoli
Mr. Harris
2. Government of Sierra Leone-6-15-62
3. Republic of Korea- 6-28-62
4. Others
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Status of neqotiations
(See reference memorandum)
c. U.N. Special: Agencies or Unicef
d. Report on Holy See exhibit
AGENDA ITEM 7. United States Exhibit
(See reference memorandum)
a. Legislation
b. Plans underway
c. Atomic exhibit
AGENDA ITEM 8. State participation
a. Ratification of agreements of
participation
1. State of Maryland - 6·14- 62
2. Others
b. Status of negotiations
(See reference memorandum)
c. Hall of Presidents in New York State
building or other building
AGENDA ITEM 9. Concessi6ns and Operations
a. Schedules. Delay in commencing
construction
b. Ratification of lease agreements
1. Flushing Airport
Amendment to lease agreement
2. First National City Bank - 6-22-62
3. World's Fair Maintenance Company
Amendment #3- 6-20-62
4. Others
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Mr. HarriS
Mr. Harris
Mr. Deeqan
Representative
Delaney
Mr. Preusse
Mr. Pender
Mr. Constable
c. Authorization to execute
(See reference memorandum)
l. Grayson-Robinson Stores, Inc.
World's Fair color slides license
g. Status report
1. World's Fair Flight bag
Bearse Manufacturing Corp.
Mr. Constable
Mr. Constable
License agreement executed -6-12-62.
2. Others
e. Appointment of special policemen
James J. Callanan
Will i.am A. Rothengast
John C. Ryan
Kenneth P. Manning
Frank M. Rogers
Thomas F. Connors
AGENDA ITEM 10. Lake area
a. Authorization to negotiate
and execute
(See reference memorandum)
1. Chun King Corporation
Chinese Garden restaurant
b. Status of negotiations
(See reference memorandum)
AGENDA ITEM 11. Fair Engineering and Construction
a. A uthorizati.on to take bids and
make award.
1. Maintenance Buildings contracts
(See reference memorandum)
2. Press Building
Advertising for bids
(See reference memorandum)
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Mr.
Judge Rosenman
Gen. Whipple
Amendment to Rules and Regulations
T ~ v ~ · cables
(See reference memorandum)
Status report
(See reference memorandum)
1. Plans for open- sided Assembly Pavilion
for spec'ial events
(See reference memorandum)
AGENDA ITEM 12. Department of Parks
Engineering and construction schedule
a. Status report
(See reference memorandum)
AGENDA ITEM 13. Arterial c·ontracts
Projects not up to schedule
(See reference memorandum)
AGENDA ITEM 14. Status Report
Communications and Public Relations
(See reference memorandum)
AGENDA ITEM 15. Other business
AGENDA ITEM 16. Next meeting of Executive Committee
August 14, 1962, 9:30a.m.
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Mr. Andrews
Mr. H odqkiss
Mr. Berns
EACH SQUARE EQUALS 25,000 S.F.
D LEASE SIGNED
0 ALLOCATED
INDUSTRIAL:
RENTABLE AREA 3,240,000S.F.
LEASE SIGNED I, 385,000S.F.
AUOCATEO 340,000S.F.
TOTAL ALLOCATED I, 725,000S.F.=53%
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RENTABLE AREA 1,740,000 S.F.
LEASE SIGNED 630,000 S.F.
ALLOCATED 820,000S.F.
TOTAL ALLOCATED 1,450,000S.F.•83%

RENTABLE AREA 2,030,000 SF.
LEASE SIGNED 1,055, 0 0 0 S.F.
ALLocATED 400,00 0 S.F.
TOTAL ALLDCATED 1,455,000 S.F. = 72%
.f'UIIIIOA MO HAWAII AIIUI IIIICLUOED IN RDPAL I ITATt
C> 1961, 1962 New YOtll Worid'o foif 1964-1965 Corporation
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LAKE AREA
RENTABLE N£A 640,000S.F. *
LEASE sam zoa.ooos.F.
AUDCATED 437 ,OOOS.F.
TOTAL ALLOCATED 640,000S.F.•IOOS
MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
JULY 11, 1962
A meeting of the Executive Committee of New York World's
Fair 1 9 6 ~ - 1 9 6 5 Corporation was held at the Administration Building,
Flushing Meadow Park, on Wednesday, July 11, 1962 at.9:30 A. M.
Present: Thomas J. Daegan, Jr. , Chairman
Ralph J. BWlche
being a quorum.
Edward F. Cavanagh, Jr.
LouR. Crandall
Bernard F. Gimbel
Wallace K. Harrison
Robert Moses
Arthur H. Motley
Richard C. Patterson, Jr.
William E. Potter
Charles F. Preusse
Paul R. Screvane
George E. Spargo
Also present for all or part of the meeting were:
John V. Thornton
Sidney Kaye
Martin Stone
Guy Tozzoli
Lionel Harris
Stuart Constable
W. Earle Andrews
Arthur Hodgkiss
William Berns
Thomas J. Deegan, Jr., Chairman, presided and
Ernestine R. Haig acted as Secretary.
AGENDA ITEM 1. Approval of minutes of the
Executive Committee meeting
June 13, 1962
On motion duly made and seconded, it was
unanimously
RESOLVED, that tile reading of the minutes
of the Executive Committee meeting of June 13,
1962, is dispensed with, and such minutes are
approved.
AGENDA ITEM 10. Lake area
This item was considered at this point.
a. Authorization to conclude and
- execute lease agreement with
Chun King Corporation
Mr. Kaye requested authorization to conclude
negotiations and execute a lease agreement between the Fair Corporation
and Chun King Corporation for a chinese garden restaurant in the Lake
area.
After discussion, on motion duly made and
seconded, it was unanimously
RESOLVED, that Judge Rosenman is author-
ized and directed to negotiate and arrange for the
execution of an agreement of lease between the
Fair Corporation and Chun King Corporation for a
Chinese garden restaurant at the Fair, in general
accordance with the letter from Judge Rosenman
to the President, dated June 28, 1962, a copy of
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which has been submitted to this meeting,
with such additions or modifications as may
be approved as to substance by the President
and as to form by Judge Rosenman.
£. Status report
There was presented to the meeting a report
dated June 28, 1962 from Judge Rosenman to the President showing the
status of negotiations in the Lake area.
Mr. Kaye stated, that since the date of this
report, Mr. Larry Harmon, owner of "Bozo the Clown", had expressed
interest in a site of about three acres in the Lake area for a" Bozo
Villaqe". It was the sense of the meeting that no commitment should be
made at this time, that Mr. Harmon should be asked to provide more
definite information on the plans for the Village and the method of financ-
ing, and that any decision should await the providing of such information.
AGENDA ITEM 2. Financial status
§:· Delegation of signing authority
on contracts and requisitions
There was presented to the meeting a memora.n-
dum from the Vice President-Operations and the Comptroller pointing out
that the volume of purchase orders and small service contracts had grown
considerably and recommending that the Vice President-Operations be
authorized to designate Gen. Harry F. Meyers, Director of Maintenance
and Security, and that the Comptroller be authorized to designate
John Brennan, Chief Accountant, as their representatives in approving
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obligations involving expenditures of less than $25,000. After discussion,
on motion duly made and seconded, it was unanimously
.RESOLVED, that the Executive Committee
resolution of October 5, 1960 on the subject of
approval of contracts, agreements and purchase
orders is hereby amended by adding thereto the
following:
"FURTHER. RESOLVED, that the Vice President-
Operations may, by written designation, designate
the Director of Maintenance and Security, and the
Comptroller may, by written designation, designate
the Chief Accountant, to exercise, as his representa-
tive, the authority to approve contracts, agreements
or purchase orders to be entered into by the Corpora-
tion, or sub-contracts which the Corporation has the
right to approve, involving an expenditure of less
than $25, 000. "
Mr. Spargo, Chairman of the Finance
Committee, reported on the current cash position and the accounts payable,
and presented a summary of receipts and disbursements from August 18,
1959 to June 30, 1962. Mr. Spargo also reported on the status of the
sale of the Fair notes.
AGENDA ITEM 3. Authorization for addition to staff
James A. Dawson
Production Engineer
Effective June 25, 1962
There was presented to the meeting a memoran-
dum from the Executive Vice President to the President, dated June 28,
1962, stating that James A. Dawson had been employed as Production
Engineer assigned to Gen. Potter's staff, and setting forth his duties in
connection with expediting plans and construction
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It was further stated that it is anticipated that an
Assistant to the Production Engineer will be added to the staff in
the future.
After discussion, on motion duly made and seconded,
it was unanimously
RESOLVED, that the addition of James A. Dawson
to the staff as Production Engineer, effective
June 25, 1962, on the terms referred to in the
memorandum of June 28, 1962, from the Executive
Vice President to the President, a copy of which
has been submitted to this meeting, is approved.
The President requested a determination by the Executive
Committee of the policy to be followed by General Potter's Conformity
Committee in passing on requests for variances from the provisions of
the Rules and Regulations restricting the height of buildings to 80 feet.
It was the sense of the meeting that, outside of the
Transportation area, every effort should be made by the Conformity
Committee to enforce adherence to the basic 80 feet limitation on height
of exhibit structures, that permission to exceed such height should be
granted by the Conformity Committee, subject to the approval of the President,
only in exceptional cases for caure shown, that, in any event, the
Conformity Committee shall have no authority to permit any further
structure in any area to exceed 120 feet in height, and that hereafter
permission to exceed 120 feet in height in any area may be given only by
the President and then only for exhibits of the host country, state or city.
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AGENDA ITEM 4. Industrial area
.§:. Status report
There was presented to the meeting a
memorandum from Mr. Stone, Director of the Industrial section, to
the President, dated July 1, 1962, showing leases signed to date and the
status of otllers in negotiation.
Mr. Stone reported in addition on the Monorail,
the Health exhibit, and the plans for the Rheingold exhibit.
AGENDA ITEM 5. Transportation area
.§;. Ratification of executed agreement
1. Transportation and Travel Pavilion
Mr. Guy Tozzoli reported that an agreement of
lease had been executed between the Fair Corporation and the Transportation
and Travel Pavilion, Inc.
After discussion, on motion duly made and
seconded, it was unanimously
RESOLVED, that the execution of the agreement
of lease between the Fair Corporation and Transpor-
tation & Travel Pavilion, Inc., dated June 18, 1962,
a copy of which has been submitted to this meeting,
is ratified and approved.
£.. Status of negotiations
There was submitted to the meeting a memoran-
dum from Mr. Tozzoli to the President, dated June 28, 1962, listing
leases signed to date and reporting on those in negotiation.
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1. Port Authority exhibit
2. Heliport, restaurant and club
Operating agreement
Mr. Tozzoli reported that the agreement of
lease between the Fair Corporation and the Port Authority for the
Port Authority exhibit was about ready for signing. He also stated
that the agreement of lease between the Port Authority and Top of the
Fair, Inc., as amended by a supplemental agreement which the Fair
Corporation a n ~ Knott Hotels Corporation will approve, was ready for
execution, as was the agreement between Top of the Fair, Inc. and Knott
Hotels for the operation of the restaurant and club.
Mr. Tozzoli further reported on his plans
for awarding the steel and foundation contracts for the Port Authority
exhibit building. He expects that the building will be completed in
October 1963.
AGENDA ITEM 6. International area
~ · Ratification of executed
agreements of participation
Mr. Lionel Harris of the International
Division, stated that agreements of participation had been executed
between the Fair Corporation and M. Chebil (Tunisia), the Government
of Sierra Leone, the Republic of Korea, National Federation of Coffee
. .
Growers of Colombia, the Republic of Turkey and the Kingdom of
Afghanistan.
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After discussion, on motion duly made and
seconded, it was unanimously
RESOLVED, that the execution of the partici-
pation agreement between the Fair Corporation
and M. Chebil, in connection with the Tunisian
exhibit, dated June 8, 1962, a copy of which h a ~ ; ;
been submitted to this meeting, is ratified ru1d
approved;
FURTHER RESOLVED, that the execution of
the participation agreement between the Fair
Corporation and the Government of Sierra Leone,
dated JWle 12, 1962, a copy of which has been
submitted to this meeting, is ratified and approved;
FURTHER RESOLVED, that the execution of
the participation agreement between.the Fair
Corporation and the Republic of Korea, dated
June 28, 1962, a copy of which has been submitted
to this meeting, is ratified and approved;
FURTHER RESOLVED, that the execution of
the participation agreement between the Fair
Corporation and the National Federation of Coffee
Growers of Colombia, dated July 9, 1962, a copy
of which has been submitted to this meeting, is
ratified and approved;
FURTHER RESOLVED, that the execution of the
participation agreement between the Fair Corpora-
tion and the Republic of Turkey, dated July 10, 1962,
a copy of which has been submitted to this meeting,
is ratified and approved; and
FURTHER RESOLVED, that the execution of
the participation agreement between the Fair
Corporation and the F.Jngdom of Afghanistan, dated
July 9, 1962, a copy of which has been submitted
to this meeting, is ratified and approved, subject,
however, to a date being agreed upon by the Kingdom
of Afghanistan and the Vice President-International
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Affairs and Exhibits, for the first rent
payment and inserted in the participation
agreement.
Q. Status report
There was presented to the meeting a
memorandum from Mr. Harris to the President, dated July 11, 1962,
showing those countries which have executed agreements of partlcipa-
tion and the status of agreements in negotiation.
£· Unicef
Mr. Harris reported on the proposed Unicef
Children's International Village.
g. Holy See exhibit
Mr. Deegan reported on the progress of the
Holy See exhibit on the basis of a recent visit with His Eminence
Cardinal Spellman.
Mr. Harris stated that a luncheon is planned
in Washington, D.C. on July 16th, for Latin American Ambassadors
which will be attended by Mr. Moses and other Fair officials.
Mr. Harris also reported on a reception held
in New York on June 29th for representatives from the Union African
Amalgache.
Gen. Potter reported on his recent visit to
Jamaica, the Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico
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AGENDA ITEM '7. United States exhibit
.@:· Legislation
Mr. Preusse reported on his conversation
with Representative Celaney on the status of the United States exhibit
legislation which is still awaiting action by the Conference Committee
of the House and Senate.
.Q. Plans underway
Gen. Potter reported that a proposed design
for the United States Pavilion would be available for examination by
Fair officials in the near future.
c. Atomic exhibit
Dr. Bunche discussed the widespread interest
in atomic exhibits sponsored by the United NaiJons in Geneva. After
discussion, it was the sense of the meeting that an atomic exhibit was
highly desirable and could probably be most effectively presented
independently of the United States exhibit.
AGENDA ITEM 8. State participation
.@:· Ratlfication of agreement
of participation
1. State of Maryland

C--€n. Potter stated that an agreement of partici-
pati on had beGn executed between the Fair Corporation and the State of
Maryland.
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After discussion, on motion duly made and
seconded, it was unanimously
RESOLVED, that the execution of tile parti-
cipation agreement between tile Fair Corpora-
tion and the State of Maryland, dated June 14,
1962, a copy of which has been submitted to this
meeting, is ratified and approved •
.Q.. Status of negotiations
There was presented to the meeting a memoran-
dum from tile Executive Vice President to the President, dated July 2,
1962, showing participation agreements executed and the status of those
under negotiation.
On the recommendation of Gen. Potter it was
the sense of the meeting that the agreement with the Mississippi Valley
Association for consulting services in connection with states served by
this Association should be extended for one year from August 1, 1962
at an estimated cost of $20, 000.
AGENDA ITEM 9. Concessions and Operations
§:. Construction schedules
There was presented to the meeting a memoran-
dum from the Vice President-Operations to the President, dated July 5,
1962, with a schedule of proposed dates for commencement of construction
by concessionaires. Mr. Constable stated tilat steps were being taken to
expedite such construction.
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.£. Ratification of lease agreements
1. First National City Bank
2. World's Fair Maintenance Company
Amendment # 3
The Vice President-Operations stated that an
agreement of lease had been executed with the Fi.rst National City Bank,
and that Amendment #3 to the lease agreement with the World's Fair
Maintenance Company had been clarifying the language to be
included in the agreements between the World's Fair Maintenance Company
and Fair participants.
After discussion, on motion duly made and
seconded, it was unanimously
RESOLVED, that the execution of the agree-
ment between the Fair Corporation and First
National City Banl<, for a banking facility at the
Fair, dated June 22, 1962, a copy of which has
been submitted to thiFi meeting, is ratified and
approved; and
FURTHER RESOLVED, that the e..xecution
of Amendrnr:mt #3 of the agreement between the
Fair Corporation and World's Fair Maintenance
Company, dated July 10, 1961, clarifying the
language to be included in U1e agreements be-
tween World's F'air Maintenance Company and
Fair participar1ts, dated June 20, 1962, a copy
of which has bGen submitted to this meeting, is
ratifjed and appro'Jed.
£· Authorization to execute
1. Grayson-Robinson Stores, Inc.
World's Fair color slides license
There was presented to the meeting a memo-
randum from the Vice President-Operations to the President, dated
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July 2, 1962, that an agreement be executed be-
tween the Fair Corporation, by Media Enterprises, Inc., Licensing
Agent for the Fair Corporation, and Grayson-Robinson Photo Supply,
Inc., a subsidiary of Grayson-Robinson Stores, Inc., as licensee
for World's Fair color slides.
After cli.scussion, on motion duly made and
seconded, it was unanimously
RESOLVED, that Media Enterprises, Inc.,
the licensing agent for the Fair Corporation, is
authorized and directed to negotiate and execute
·an agreement between the Fair Corporation and
Grayson-Robinson Photo Supply, Inc., for the
World's Fair Color Slide license, in general
accordance with the memorandum from the
Vice President-Operations to the President, dated
July 2, 1962, a copy of which has been submitted
to this meeting, with such additions or modifica-
tions as may be approved as to substance by the
President and as to form by counsel.
Prior to the approval of the aforesaid agreement
Mr. Preusse stated for the record that he had been retained by Grayson-
·Robinson Stores, Inc. as special counsel in cormection with public
financing being undertaken by that company •
.Q. Status of negotiations
There were presented to the meeting two
memoranda from the Vice President-Operations to the President, dated
July 6, 1962, showing the status of concessions and license agreements
under negotiation, exclusive of the Lake area.
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§_. Appointment of special policemen
Mr. Constable stated that the appointment of
the following persons as special policemen had been recommended by
Pinkerton's National Detective Agency
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Inc. in its letter dated July 2,
1962 and that tbey had been so appointed by the Director of Maintenance
and Security, pursuant to authority g:r·anted to the Director under a
resolution of the Executive Committee at its meeting of March 16, 1961:
unanimously
James J. Callanan
William A. R.othengast
John C. Ryan
Kenneth P. Manning
Frank M. Rogers
Thomas F. Connors
On motion duly made and seconded, it was
RESOLVED, that the Fair Corporation,
pursuant to Chapter 428, Par. 2(f) of New York
Laws of 1960 and Section 23 of the Membership
Corporations Law of New York, confirms the
appointment of the above named persons as
special policemen for the policing of the area
occupied by the Fair, as recornmended by
Pinkerton's National Detective Agency, Inc.
in its letter dated July 2, 1962, copy of which
has been submitted to this meeting; and
F''URTHER R.ESOLVED, that the President
be and he is authorized to tc'lke any action on
behalf of the Corporation which may be required
to make these appointments effective.
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AGENDA ITEM 10. Lake area
This item was covered at the beginning
of the Agenda.
AGENDA ITEM 11. Fair Engineering and Construction
a. Authorization to take bids
- and make award
1. Maintenance Buildings
contracts
There was presented to the meeting a memo-
randum from the Chief Engineer to the President, dated June 28, 1962,
recommending that all bids received on June 22, 1962 for the five
Maintenance Buildings be rejected and that new bids be solicited from
pre-qualified contractors approved by the President.
After cliscussion, on motion duly made and
seconded, it was unanimously
HESOLVED, that the President is authorized
and directed to take bids from pre-qualified con-
tractors for the construction of tlle five World's
Fair Maintenance Buildings, in general accordance
with the memorandum from the Chief Engineer to
the President, dated June 28, 1962, a copy of
which has been submitted to this meeting, and to
conclude an agreement on such terms and with
such pre-qualified contractor as he deems in the
best interests of the Fair Corporation; and
FURTHER RESOLVED, that t.he rejection of
all bids opened on June 22, 1962 for such Maintenance
Buildings is approved and ratified.
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2. Press .Building Bids
There was presented to the meeting a memo-
randwn from the Chief Engineer to the President, dated June 29, 1962,
stating that final plans for the Press Building had been approved by all
parties concerned and that the architect's estimated cost of the building
was within the budget. The Chief Engineer requested authority to
solicit bids from pre-qualified contractors approved by the President.
After discussion, on motion duly made and
seconded, it was unanimously
RESOLVED, that the President is authorized
and directed to take bids from pre-qualified con-
tractors for the construction of the Press Building,
in general accordance with the memorandum from
the Chief Engineer to the President, dated ;rune 29,
1962, a copy of which has been submitted to this
meeting, and to conclude an agreement on such
·terms and with sueh pre-qualified contractor as he
deems in the best interests of the Fair Corporation.
b. Amendment to Rules
and Regulations
There was submitted to the meeting a memo-
randum from the Chief Engineer to the President, dated July 3, 1962,
explaining the necessity for stringing T.V. cables across the lots of
various exhibitors, and suggesting an amendment to the Rules and
Regulations on that subjeet.
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After discussion, on motion duly made and
seconded, it was unanimously
RESOLVED, that the amendment to Part 1,
entitled "Regulations for the D3sign, Construc-
tion and Equipment of Structures", of the Special
Regulations of the Fair Corporation, covering.
the temporary placing of above ground television
cables, in accordance with the memorandum from
the Chief Engineer to the President, dated July 3,
1962, a copy of which has been submitted to this
meeting, is approved and adopted.
£. Status report
There was presented to the meeting a memo-
randum from the Chief Engineer to the President, dated July 3, 1962,
reporting on the Fa.lr's construction and design contracts and the design
and construction schedule of exhibitors.
AGENDA ITEM 12. Department of Parks
Engineering and construction schedule
There was presented to the meeting a memo-
randum from W. Earle Andrews, Engineering Consultant, dated July 11,
1962, showing the expected completion dates in connection with contracts
let by the Department of Parks for permanent improvements at the Fair,
and including a report on other contracts awaiting approval of the Board
of Estimate.
AGENDA ITEM 13. Arteri&l contracts
There was presented to the meeting a
progress report from Mr. Arthur Hodgkiss, consultant on the arterial
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program, to the President, dated July 5, 1962.
The President reported that .l'e had dis-
cussed with tile Superintendent of the New York State Department of
Public Works methods of speeding up work on the arterial contracts.
AGENDA ITEM 14. Status report
Communications and Public Relations
There was submitted to the meeting a memo-
randum from the Vice President-Communications and Public Relations,
to the President, dated July 5, 1962, reporting on the status of the
program for publici zing the Fair.
AGENDA ITEM 15. Other business
AGENDA ITEM 16. Next meeting of the
Exec.uti ve Committee
It was agreed that the next meeting of the
Executive Committee will be held at the Administration Building, on
Tuesday, August 14, 1962 at 9:30 A. M.
adjourned.
There being no further business, the meeting
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Secretary
MEMORANDUM
AGENDA ITEM 6 ,!1
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964 ·1965 CORPORATION
TO:
IVIR. ROBERT MOSES DATE: July 11, 1962
FRONa Lionel Harris
suBJECT: Executive Committee Meeting I List of Participants in International Area
I. The following participants in the International Section have signed contracts:
Country
Belgium
China
1
Republic of
Christian Science Pavilion
Ethiopia
Guinea
Haiti
Hong Kong
India·
Indonesia
Islam Mosque
Korea
Mali
Mexico
Pakistan
Panama
Philippines
-/ _ ~ ~ ~ ~ a Leone
~ Thailand
Tunisia
-UAR
USSR
Space
164, 811 sq. ft.
24,529
21, 520
26,500
22,000
10,000
9,000
25,018
40,000
12,044
18,000
25,000
30,001
10,000
6,000
15,000
6,000
10,000
12,000
27,000
20,000
78,000
Architect
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
11. The following participants have selected a site and completed negotiations with the Fair;
contracts are in the hands of the appropriate .officials for signature.
Afghanistan ·
10,000 sq. ft. No
Argentina
33,000
No
Brazil
37,000
No
Cambodia
'7,000
No
'Colombia
15,000
No
Ecuador
15,000
No
Ireland
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15,00()
No
Japan
25,000
No
Lebanon_
10,000
No
Liberia
10,000
No
Malaya
6,000
No
Peru
10,000
No

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Turkey
25,000
No
, Uruguay
6,000
No
Venezuela
20,000
No
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MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964 ·1965 CORPORATION
TOI
MR. ROBERT MOSES
DATE:
July 11, 1962
FRONa Lionel Harris
Executive Committee Meeting I Page two
m. The following participants have reserved sites:
Countan
Austr ia 00,000 sq. ft.
Dominican Republic 6, 000
France 50,000
Germany 50, 000
Greece 22,000
Italy 50 I 000
"""=Jordan '8, 500
-...::: Leac;rue of Arab States 8, 000
Organization of American States
7
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73
4
Trinidad and Tobago 11,000
UNICEF 25, 000
UAM (Union Africaine et Malgache)
Cameroon
Central African Republic
Chad
Congo (Brazzaville) Republic o
Dahomey
Gabon
Ivory Coast
Malagasy Republic
Mauritania
Niger
Senegal
Upper Volta 44
1
000
Vatican City
Yugoslavia
50,000
24,000
Architect
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes

Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
· IV. Space has been allocated but not yet confirmed for the following:
Austria
Kuwait
Netherlands
Saudi Arabia
Spain
Syria
United Kingdom
.
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MEMORANDUM
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AGENDA ITEM 5 2.
REI'ER
NOTED

TO: Caaaiaaioner RObert Moses, President, New York Wor1a'a Pair
FROMr Guy P. tozzoli 1964·196.5 Corporation
DATE: June 28
1
1962
SUBJECTa 'liARBPtaTATIOil SBCTJ:ON VCXUD
1
8 PAill • 81JMMUY 01 SPACB
JUC.l!l..... Ai:i.&iTJ:OMS AND NIGariATIONS
TO DATI: av DATil
IIIITVIIN YO Pll.ll
COPYTOa
Tabulated below is the status of leases signed, space allocations and neaotiations
to date in the Tranaportation Section:
Leaaea Sianed or Participation
Aare'!!nte Syned
Pord Motor Company
General Motore
MariDe Center
Chr,yaler Corporation
Transportation & Travel Pavilion
Sinclair lefinina Co.
U. 8. lubber Caapany
Mobile Homes Mfara. Association
Arlington Hat COIIIp&D.y ·
Pive Concessione
Leases UMer Actiye Negotiation
Heliport
Total:
Greyhound (lzhibit area included within
Autorama
operatins and maintenance area)
Space Allocation•
Aeroepace
Air Prance
a.o.A.c.
Total:
B.A.M.A. (Britilh Automobile Mfgra. Assn.)
Strol·A·Hatic
Total:
Total Area - 2,000,000 I.P.
Area (S.P,)
304,998
304,920
130,000
129,987
112,500
15,152
15,000
- 6,000
7,000
30,000
l,OS.5,S57
60,000
8.5,000
175,000
320,000
zsO,ooo
10,000
10,000
9,000
24.000
303,000
Co.aiasioDer Robert Mo1e1
Autoraa
laatern Air Linea
Tranaportat ion ' Travel
Pavilion, Inc.
Marine Center
Aeroapace
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ITATUS Ol NBGgtWIOW
Sg. Jt.
175,000
112,500
130,000
250,000
Status
Mr. Conafllb1e and I have been neaotiatiaa
with Mesars. Gottlieb and Lippert on an '
auto thrill show featuring preciaion
driving which they would &poll8or in tba
Transportation Section. This shew would
be similar to the one put era by Goodrich
in the 1939·40 Pair.
Meura. Gottlieb and J.ippert have asread.
to pay the Pair ten percent of their
sroaa revenues with a auarantea
of $750,000. Of thie IIIOUnt • they will
pay $175,000 upon the lipiD& of the
lease, wh:l.eh we anticipate will be f.a
August of September 1962.
Eastern has en,gqed an architect to
study the proposed exhibit which we
preaented to them. They are also con•
siderina an alternate plan of their own.·
A te .. e Aarea.ent waa aiped with
Mr. Robert Thatcher, of Trans•
portation & Travel l'avilion, Inc. on
June 18. Construction 11 scheduled to
c01111l8nce on October 2.
Meaara. Brigs and Crane, the clevelopert
of the Marine Center, have bepn a pro-
motional campa:tsn to attract partic;a.paa'••
in this 111Ultiple exhibit venture.
cllllpaign will continue throuahout the
a\llaer and will culaiaate in the Chicqo
Boat Show scheduled for next Septe.ber.
Since the last report, the fellovtDg
ca.panies in the aerospace lDduatries
have been contacted peraooally:
Avc.o
United Aircraft
Minneapolis-Honeywell
Lockheed
Aero jet
Roc.ketdyne
North American Aviation
Boeing
Martin-Marietta
McDonnell
Coaaisaioner Robert Moses
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Aerospace (Continued)
Greyhound
StaRB.car
Sports and Special
lvente Stadium
Sg, Ft.
85,000
(Exhibit area included
within operating and
maintenance area)
102,000
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June 28, 1962
Status
Of this group3 only United Aircraft has
stated definitely that it plans to ex-
hibit at the Fair either as an indivi-
dual or in collaboration with other c ~ ­
panies. Boeing and North American
Aviation are opposed to any participation
in the Fair unless "forced" by outside
pressures. Minneapolis-Honeywell, Martin
Aerojet and most of the other companies
are waiting to see what, if anything,
NASA is going to exhibit and obviously
this awaits the appropriation of funds
and the official appoinbment of a
Federal Commissioner. It is felt that
very little urging by ~ would be
needed to create an impressive aerospace
exhibit at the New York World's Fair.
Stuart Constable, Erwin Witt and I met
with Messrs. Maino and Brion of Greyhound
and reached a tentative agreement on tbe
rental payment for an exhibit within
Greyhound's operating and maintenance
area. This agreement is now being
incorporated into an appropriate document
by the World's Fair legal staff.
Automation Management held a series of
meetings in New York on June 11 and 12
and reports a mild interest in sponsor-
ship f r ~ other companies in the Trans-
portation Field. I consider this vir-
tually dead.
Atlantic llefining Company has not
responded to this project since the last
report. With the ability to include
certain Olympic tryout events in this
area, we now feel the package becomes
more attractive. We intend to recontact
other companies who have shown a favor-
able inclination.
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lg. Pt.
lailroacl lxhibit Indefinite
Oooftlch Indefinite
Qooclyaar Indefinite
June 28, 19i2
Status
The Eastern Railroad Presidents
Conference met in New York em June 21.
A negative decision wae reached for a
small individual railroad exhibit at
the Fair due to the dire fin&Dcial con•
dition of the Eastern l.oacle. The Cen-
ference decided not to requeat collabo-
ration with the Railroad Suppli.era.
After almost two years of strenuous
effort
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it is felt that the Bas tern. hil•
road Presidents Conference decision aot
to participate should be considered
final. This is a areat disaPPQintaent
to us not because of the apace invelyed
but because of the proposanda value auch
an exhibit would afford.
Accompanied by Mr. Motley, we met with
Ward Keener, Preaident of Goodrich.
Mr. Keener agreed to take another look
at the Pair with an open mind if. we
could come up with soae method of exhi-
biting that would not be too coatly 8JUl
would tie in with the "hard sell" that
Goodrich feels is neee88ary to sell
tires tmder the marketi.Da condition•
that currently exist. We are workina
on such a plan now.
Accompanied by Mr. Motley, we abo aet
with Mro DeYoung, President of Cooclyear,
who stated quite firllly that c;oodyear
would li.lte to put the "carveycn:" into
the Pair but had no interest in. any
other exhibit. We are tryi.Da to develop
an idea which cCIIbinea the Caneyor with
an exhibit.
TO:
8UIIJIECT:
MEMORANDUM
AGENDA ITEM 7
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964·1965 CORPORATION
MR. MOSES DATE:
JULY 5, 1962
J olm V. Thornton
u. s. Exhibit
In the absence of General Potter, I submit herewith this report
for your consideration for submission to the Executive Committee on
the status of the u. S. Exhibit.
(a) Legislation.
The supplemental appropriations bill, containing the
World's Fair appropriation· among many others, is still
bogged down by the controversy between the House and
Senate concerning chairmanship of conference committees,
origination of money bills, etc., with which you are familiar.
I spoke to Oscar Chapman in Washington on July 3rd and to
Jim Delaney today about it. There is nothing new to report.
Jim is continuing to do his best and may be able to give us
some further word by July lOth.
(b) Plans.
The l a t e s ~ information from General Potter's office is that
a committee, including Messrs. Winston and IG.otz, has
selected the architectural design for the federal exhibit, and
architect Luckman's office will have a model of the building
available shorUy. A meeting between Mr. Luckman and his
staff and Commerce Department officials is to be held in
Washington on July lOth to discuss exhibit plans. The model will
be available for that meeting. Mr. Pender is trying to arrange a
meeting in New York on July 11th or12th at which Fair officials
can view the model. As presently designed, the building is said
by Mr. Luckman's office to have a portion "which could be left
after the Fair. "
(c) Atomic Exhibit.
The meeting you suggested General Potter have with the
Brookhaven Laboratory people concerning their ideas on an
atomic exhibit as a separate exhibit or in the U. S. pavilion or
under private sponsorship will be held upon Gen. Potter's return
to the office. Mr. Pender has spoken to Sid Shapiro about it, and
they will make arrangements for the meeting.
JVT:dsm
AGENDA ITEM· 4 ·15 · ·
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
TO: Mr. Robert Moses DATE: July 1, 1962
FROM: Mr. Martin Stone
SUBJECT: INDUSTRlAL 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, 696 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
Sq. 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
MEMORANDVM
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
TO: Mr. Robert Moses
DATE: July 1, 1962
FROM: Mr. Martin Stone
SUBJ"ECT: · INDUSTRIAL SECTION -- SUMMARY OF SPACE ALLOCATIONS
AND NEGOTIATIONS
Page 2
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 *
TOTAL 1, 296,226
* Continental Insurance Company has exercised its option
and is in the process of negotiating a formal lease.
¢ Contract being renegotiated for less space.
Page 3
INDUSTRlAL SECTION
PROGRESS REPORT
{as of July 1, 1962)
We are pleased to report that four companies have begun lease negotiations:
1. AMERICAN CYANAlviTD. An exhibit for the Formica Division was
approved by the American Cyanamid Executive Committee on
June 25. The site reserved is Block 5, Lot 1, approximately
20,000 -sq. feet.
2. EQ.illTABLE UFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. Mr. John Oates, President
of Equitable, has asked that a lease be prepared for Block 8, Lot
5, covering approximately 20, 000 sq. feet. A proposed demo-
graphic exhibit is still being studied for costs; Equitable is also
considering a building to enclose the exhibit.
3. SKF INDUSTRlES. On June 29th, we received written confirmation
that SKF is committing itself to Block 47, Lots 4 and 8 in the
Transportation Section. The space will cover 7, 914 sq. ft. and
SKF hopes to create an outstanding building for the Fair. We
approached SKF in terms· of the Industrial Section, but as a matter
of logic they felt they belonged in the Transportation Section. We
have therefore assigned this to Mr. Tozzoli • s organization for
completion of the lease.
4. WORLD OF TOYS. At the first meeting on lease negotiations, on June
20, 1962, a request was made to change the site from Block 9,
Lot 8, to Block 6, Lot 4, covering 20,000 sq. feet. Talks are
continuing on terms.
Favorable action is also anticipated from the following:
1. BRISTOL MYERS (CLAIROL DIVISION). A feasibility study is being
prepared, and exhibit ideas with cost figures are being readied for
presentation to the Board of Directors. A tentative reservation
has been made for approximately 10,000 sq. feet.
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INDUSTRIAL SECTION
PROGRESS REPORT
(as of July 1, 1962)
2. PIEL BROTHERS. Cost figures are being studied, but interest is
still firm for participation in the Fair. We are holding Block
4, Lots 19 and 21, approximately 22,000 sq. feet. Piel's is
also expected to take space in the Transportation Section.
3. "7 UP". Our latest report from J. Walter Thompson, advertising
agency for "7 UP", indicates that tbis company may commit
itself to Block 18, Lot 2, covering 45,000 sq. feet. J. Walter
Thompson has been actively pursuing this account and says "it
looks very good".
Promising reactions have also been received from the following:
1. AMERlCAN CAN CO. Previous rejections by American Can have now
turned to definite interest if they can obtain distribution for their
paper products at the Fair through Brass Rail, Allied Mainten·
ance, etc.
2. COLGATE-PALMOLIVE CO. Their Director of PubUc Relations,
Mr. Spencer C. Valmy, visited the Fair last week and left
enthusiastic. We have held several meeli.ngs with other officials.
Colgate is working on ideas.
3. GENERAL MILLS CO. Their cereal division is considering an exhibit.
4. NATIONAL DAIRY CO. The Presidents of their various subsidiaries
are scheduled to discuss the FEdr at their meeting in New York
within the next two weeks. We have invited them to visit the Fair.
5. SWIFT & CO. Harold Wilson, Vice-President of Swift, and a member
of the Exhibitors Committee at the 1939 Fair, has been conferring
with Ed Levine of Brass Rail. He looks favorably on participation
aiter previous disinterest.
6. WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRlC CORPORATION. They are still working on
cost estimates for their exhibit, but their continuing interest is
demonstrated by their request for an extension until August 31, 1962
of an option on space on the site of their 1939 Time Capsule.
AGENDA ITEM 3
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR
1964-1965 CORPORATION
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DATE: JUNt 28, 1962 TOI · MR. ROBERT MOSES
,ROM: w. E. POTTER
eu•JieT, ADDITIONS TO STAFF - EXECUTIVE COMMl'ITEE
A Production Enqineer wlll be established in the office of the Executive
Vice President.
The Production Engineer will establish close liaison with all divisions,
exceptinq transportation, in establishlnq contacts with exhibitors. All
matters of policy will be cleared with the President, who will be kept
fully informed as to the expeditinq program. ·
rn detail he will:
(a) Assist the Vice President in· charqe as required in
the selection of the architect.
(b) Assist the principal architect, if foreign, in associating
himself with a United States architect to assure com-
pliance with Fair codes and regulations.
(c) Act as a quide in securing approvals by Fair Corporation
aqencies of plans providing for the issuance of permits,
consideration by Variance and Conformity Committees, etc.
(d) Assist to the extent necessary in the selection of a
competent contractor including negotiations, mere
necessary, on financing problems.
(e) Set up a realistic schedule for each exhibitor and secure
adherence to these schedules by actinq as liaison between
contractors, subcontractors, labor, e t ~ .
(f) Establishing relations with exhibitors and Pinkerton and
Maintenance Contractors, insurance aqencies, etc.
Mr. Dawson started work as Production Engineer on June 25, 1962. E1s
salary is $22,500 a year. Mr. Dawson has wide experience in construction
in the New York City Area, and is well qualified for this position.
It is further anticipated that an assistant to the Production Engineer may be
required.
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W. E. Potter
AGENDA ITEM ~
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S F"AIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
TO: COMMlSSIONER MOSES DATE: ?LY 2, 1962/
FRON: STUART CONSTABLE and ERWINW:CV
SUIUIECTt
The Vice-President-- Operations and Comptroller
are authorized to make purchases up to $25, 000. The
volume of purchase orders and small service contracts has
grown to such an extent that it seriously cuts into Stuart
Constable's and my time. Besides this, during our absence
or vacations there is no one authorized to approve the
purchase orders.
1 ' We therefore recommend that Stuart Constable
\ , be authorized to designate General Meyers and Erwin Witt
be authorized to designate John Brerman as their deleqated
Vice President - Operations
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Comptroller
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J AGENDA ITEM 2·,!!·
Nml YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
SUMMARY STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
FROM AUGUST 18, 1959 '1'0 JUNE 30, 1962
Receipts:
Contributions
Proceeds of bank loans (see contra)
Proceeds of 6% World's 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
18,481,000.00
6,164,037.50
48,279.88
3,000,000.00
6,565,509.99
9,223,855.37
Cash, investment and deposit balance June.30, 1962
Distribution of balance:
Cash (including time deposits)
Less - Unremitted withheld taxes
Operating and construction deposits
$5,857,392.78
*Total subscribed
Total pledged
27,178.70 $ 5,830,214.08
3,163,837.94
$29,009,000
515,000
$29,524,000
$27 J 783,417.38
18,789,365.36
• 8,994,052.02
$ 8,994,052.02
AGENDA ITEM 10 Q_
ROSENMAN COLIN KAYE PETSCHEK & F'REUND
!57!5 MADISON AVENUE NEW YORK 22
SAMUEL I. ROSENMAN
RAL"H P". COLIN
IVDNIV N.KAYE
WALTII:R J. I'I:T8CHIEK
AM.ROSIE OOSKOW
SIYI40UR D.LIEWIS
LAWNINCE R.INO
MUIUtAV COHIN
ANDREW J. SCHOEN
JlftOMC L. IINDLI"
AlA D. SOKOLOW
HOWAIID WIII:INSTII:IN
STUART ftOSINOWITZ
Hon. Robert tJ!oses
New York World's lt,air
1964-1965 Corporation
P. 0. Box 1964
Flushing Meadow Park
Flushing 52, New York
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COUNSEl.
HILL. 0·71100
A"EA CODE 112
CAS"E
"ROCOKAY NIEWYORK•
Re: Executive Committee Meeting -
July 19, 1962
Dear Commissioner Moses:
In accordance with your memorandum of January 25, 1962,
I am submitting herewith the following report on the various
eXhibits and/or concessions for which we are responsible.
1. Club - As I reported at the last meeting, I
had met wit Jean Buchet and therearter was in touch with
Leonard Bisco, Esq. We have contacted Mr. Biscoos office
in the last two days and have been advised by Mr. Liss of
that office that it appears that Mr. Buchet is no longer
interested. we have asked Mr. Liss to obtain confirmation
of Mr. Buchet
1
s intentions.
2. The Last Frontier - Negotiations continue with the
Riss group. The Riss group has gone past the June 22nd
deadline and we are reopening negotiations with another
group interested in the project.
3. Chun - Mr. Paulucci has decided to take
30,000 square for a medium priced Chinese garden
restaurant which will include eating patios and gardens
with reflecting pools. The food is to be served at tables
from motorized rickshaws. Mr. Mundt, Mr. Pauluoci's
attorney, is reviewing the lease and we expect to have a
lease ready for signing by July 13th. Specific authorization
is being requested by separate letter.
Hon. Robert Moses -2-
4. Bourbon Street - This project appears to be very
much alive and we expect to have a lease signed some time
in JUly.
5. Jai Alai - The lease has been out for some time.
We have been tola that we will have a definite answer by
June 28th. If there are further developments, I will report
them orally at the meeting.
6. Chinese Junk - We have received a communication from
Mr. Ling from Germany where he operates a Chinese restaurant.
He said that he is moving ahead on this and expects to be
back in New York during July to complete negotiations.
1. Ripley's Believe It Or Not -The proposed sponsor
for this project has abanaoned It. .
8. wax Museum - We have spoken to the attorney for
this project and have been assured that we will have his
comments on the lease some time next week.
9. Dance Hall, Tower Pirates• Castle, Mfoic Show,
Show Boat, Boats On The take, Film Theater. - o turther
progress can be reported at this time.
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Mr. William Kane
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Hon. Robert Moses
New York World's Fair

P. o. Box 1964
Flushing Meadow Park
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Dear Commissioner Moses:
NEW YORK 22
June 28
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1962
OODf'IIIIY CIOLDNAIIIIC
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"IIIOCOKAV NIWYOIIIK"
Authorization is hereby requested to conclude negotia-
tions and sign a lease with the Chun King Corporation for
30
1
000 square feet in Block 57 to be used as a Chinese
garden restaurant with sit down table service at a rental
of $2. a square root against a percentage of $ or the
gross and upon such other terms and conditions as may be
approved by the officer or the Fair:Lo. oration executing
the lease.
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Very ncerely yours,
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SIR:rs
cc: Mr. Stuart Constable
Mr. William Kane
Samuel I. Roserunan
MEMORANDUM
AGENDA ITEM 8 1?,
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964 ·1965 CORRQFM?fiON
T01
ROBERT MOSES
FROM: GENERAL POTTER
SUIIJECT:STATES AREA STATUS REPORT
DATE:
I V
\,'
JULY 2, 1962
A summary of the status of space allocation in the States Area is as follows:
Leastt Signed Puerto Rico
Maryland
Missouri
New Jersey
New York State
West Virginia
29, 522 sq. ft.
35, 951
49, 998
87,519
Four Concession Areas
130, 595
34,409
24,000
Space Al.located
(Intent indicated} Arkansas
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Heartlands ( 4)
Louisiana
SQa.ce Tentatively
New England States (6)
Pennsylvania
New York City
Reserved California
illinois
Michigan
Minnesota
Oklahoma
Southwestern States
Virginia
Virgin Islands
Wisconsin
40, 000 sq. ft ..
37, 755
112, 000
69, 374
109,000
44,260
44,699
81, 519
45,000
Existing Building
46, 000 sq. ft.
55, 540
25,000
20,000
37,000
50,000
35,000
33,000
17,000
Total
Total States Area
Percentage
391, 994 sq. ft.
583, 607 sq. ft.
318, 540 sq. ft.
1, 294,000
1, 294,000
100%
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
TO: ROBERT MOSES
OATE: JULy 2, 1962
FROM: GENERAL POTTER
IUBJEC:T: STATES AREA STATUS REPORT
Alabama.
California
Hawaii
Maryland
Michigan
New England
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The Governor Elect has appointed Mr. W. L
Bowman as Chairman of the Alabama World's
Fair Commission. Mr. Bowman has met
with Fair representatives and has possibility
of exhibit under active study;
The State Development Department has issued
an information packet to 200 industrial firms
to survey their interest in a State of California
Exhibit.
Lt. Governor James Kealoha, Chairman of the
Hawaii World's Fair Commission, visited the
fairgrounds on June 26, 1962 to discuss plans
for the Hawaii Exhibit. He expects the full
commission to be appointed before the end of
July and the lease will then be signed.
The lease with the State was signed in Annapolis
on June 14, 1962. !vel Construction Corporation
has submitted their preliminary report for an
exhibit featuring a seafood restaurant. and a display
centered about Maryland, Home of the Star
Spangled Banner.
The legislature passed a joint resolution appointing
a legislative committee to study proposal of
World's Fair exhibit.
The New England Council has signed a contract
for the design of the pavilion, which will consist
of a series of umbrella-like structures surrounding
a Village Green. The lawyers are reviewing the
lease forms, and the s ~ g n i n g will take place soon.
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
TO:
ROBERT MOSES DATE: JULy 2, 1962
FROM: GENERAL POTTER
SUBJECT: STATES AREA STATUS REPORT
New York
Virginia
Virgin Islands
Cleveland
Florida
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The Contractor, Thompsen-Starrett, has
started work and the site has been cleared.
There is new interest in a World's Fair
Exhibit by Virginia and a new Governor's
Economic Advisory Committee. Mr. Upham
has met with the committee and they are
considering the proposal.
General Potter will meet with island officials
on July 9, 1962 to discuss the possibility of
a Virgin Islands Exhibit. Mr. Henry L. Klmelman,
Commissioner of Commerce, has retained Ivel
Construction Corporation to develop a concept for
an exhibit. A lot has been reserved adjacent to
the Puerto Rico site.
The Cleveland Chamber of Commerce is
actively studying the possibility of a City of
Cleveland exhibit. They have met with Mayor
Celebrezze and he is in favor of an exhibit featuring
a model of the City of Cleveland.
The governor has issued invitations to Florida
leaders to serve on large World's Fair Commission.
It is expected to be formally designated·about
July 15th. Mr. Comer Kimball, Chairman of the
Board of First National Bank of Miami, will be
chairman.
AGENDA ITEM g
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
TO: ROBERT MOSES DATE: JULY 6, 1962
FROM; STUART CONSTABLE
suBJEcT: CONCESSIONS UNDER NEGOTIATION OUTSIDE THE LAKE AREA
PORT AUTHORITY CLUB RESTAURANT
Port Authority, Fair Corporation and Top of the Fair, Inc., are in
substantial agreement upon the terms of the lease to Port Authority,
Port Authority lease to Top of the Fair, Inc. , and Operating agree-
ment between Port Authority and Top of the Fair designating Knott
as managing agent.
Knott is now studying details of Operating agreement.
Cmmsel recommends that signing of lease between Port Authority
and Fair Corporation and endorsement of Fair Corporation approval
of the Operating agreement between the Port Authority and Top of
the Fair, Inc. be held up until agreement between Knott and Top of
the Fair, Inc. is ready for simultaneous signing or, in the alternative,
that the Fair Corporation lease to the Port Authority and the
Operating agreement be signed and held in escrow until such time as
Knott and Top of the Fair, Inc. sign their further agreement.
UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL (UPI)
The lawyers for UPI are reviewing the agreement. Counsel for
Fair Corporation will meet with UPI lawyers on July 12th to
complete negotiations. It is expected that we will have a signed
agreement by July 23rd.
This item will be reported at the Executive Committee meeting
in August.
BELGIAN VILLAGE
George Potie, Principal, will meet with Vice President-Operations
before October 15th. Fair Corporation has reserved 163,000 sq. ft ..
in Blocks 25 and 27 for Belgian Village until October 30, 1962.
PROTESTANT COUNCIL
We expect a favorable decision on participation by the Protestant
Council by July 26th.
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MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
TO:
ROBERT MOSES
I'RON: STUART CONSTABLE
DATE: JULy 6, 1962
PAGE2
suBJECT: CONCESSIONS UNDER NEGO'I!ATION OUTSIDE THE LAKE AREA
DATA PATTERNS
Counsel is preparing an agreement which will be submitted to
Data Patterns by July 6th. It is expected that this agreement will
be signed by S. Sims for Data Patterns by July 21st.
It will be sent to the Executive Committee for ratification at the
August meeting.
CHASE MANHATTAN BANK
Chase Manhattan's lawyers are examining the lease. Counsel is
hopeful. that lease can be signed by July 23rd.
THE FIRST NATIONAL CITY BANK
Agreement was signed June 22, 1962. Ratification of executed
agreement being requested at the July 11th meeting of the
Executive Committee.
AUTORAMA
Principals met with Fair Corporation staff on June 26th and sub-
mitted proposed plan for a 172, 500 sq. ft. Auto Thrill Ride to be
located in the southwest portion of Block 51 in the Transportation
Section of the Fair. They gave us an oral presentation at that time.
Their attorney will meet with Fair Corporation counsel to prepare
an agreement the week of July 9th. It is anticipated that this con-
cession will be signed in 3 or 4 weeks.
HEARST METROTONE NEWS, INC.
Counsel hopes to have contract ready for their signature in two
weeks. Hearst will be designated as "Official World's Fair Motion
Picture Photographer". We will request authorization from the
Executive Committee at its August meeting.
POST OFFICE
Counsel will submit agreement to Post Office for signature by 7/17/62 •
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MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
TO: ROBERT MOSES DATE: JULY 6, 1962
FROM: STUART CONSTABLE PAGE 3
suaJICT: CONCESSIONS UNDER NEGOT.fATION OUTSIDE THE LAKE AREA
SYNAGOGUE COUNCIL OF AMERICA
Dr. Mark is in Israel. When he returns on July 31st, he will know
whether or not he will be able to arrange financing.
STROL-A-MA TIC, INC. (Baby Strollers and Wheel Chairs)
B. Green, Principal, expects to know definitely if he can arrange
financing by the end of July.
MARINAS OF THE FUTURE, INC.
Briggs & Crane have given written concurrence in agreement as
presently drafted.
Assistant Corporation Counsel is reviewing agreement.
Briggs & Crane are being pressed for early submission of expected
income and construction costs so that agreement can be reached on
percentage of income to Fair and City.
Definitive Agreement expected to be signed by July 27th.
VIDEO INFORMATION SERVICE
Richard L. Colten has not as yet obtained sponsorship and does not
believe he will by August 31st when Fair Corporation may cancel
agreement.
POLAROID
SC:CG
Kane advised S. Calderwood of Polaroid to communicate with
Grayson-Robinson in an effort to work out an agreement. Calderwood
will advise us of results by July 16th.
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AGENDA ITEM 9
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S F'AIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
ROBERT MOSES
DATE: JULY 6, 1962
FROM: STUART CONSTABLE
SUIJECT:LICENS!NG AGREEMENTS UNDER NEGOTIATION
COLOR SLIDES
We are requesting approval from the Executive Committee on
July 11th to execute a license agreement with Grayson-Robinson·
Photo Supply, Inc. for the production of World's Fair Color
Slides.
FLIGHT BAG
W_e are reporting to the Executive Committee at its meeting on
July 11th the signing of the World's Fair Flight Bag license with
Bearse Manufacturing Co.
SHOPPING BAG
The president of Equitable Paper Bag Company is on vacation.
We expect a signed agreement and check for $15,000 to be received
by our licensing agent by July 16th.
POSTER STAMPS
The agreement will be submitted by our licensing agent to the
Fair Corporation for its approval by July 20th. We expect a signed
agreement and check for $25, 000 to be returned by Davis, Delaney Co.
to Mr. Kayle by August 1st.
CHARMS
Trifari rejected final Fair offer on July 6th. Mr. Kayle has begun
negotiations with Marchal.
HOME MOVIES
We expect a signed agreement and check from Castle Films by 7/16/62.
PLAYING CARDS
SC:CG
We are advising Mr. Kayle that the staff agrees with his recommendation
that the license to produce World's Fair Playing Cards be given to
Stancraft Playing Card Co.
AGENDA ITEM 9 (b 1)
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
TO:
ROBERT MOSES
DATE: JULY 2, 1962
FROM: STUART CONSTABLE
SUBJECT: WORLD'S FAIR COLOR SLIDE LICENSE
Media Enterprises, Inc. , our licensing agent, has recommended
that the World's Fair Color Slide license be given to Grayson-Robinson
Photo Supply, Inc., a subsidiary of Grayson-Robinson Stores, Inc.
Grayson-Robinson intends to produce a vaxiety of slides with
retaU products ranging from a four-slide unit at $1. 00 to a twenty-five
slide package with viewer at $6. 50.
They propose to pay a royalty to Fair Corporation of 15% of gross
billings on sales on the Fair Grounds and 10% of gross billings on sales off
the Fair premises, and to make a payment of $50, 000 against these royalties
upon execution of the agreement.
This is the best proposal received and the staif concurs in Media's
recommendation.
I ask that the Executive Committee approve execution of this agree-
ment substantially in accordance with the terms set forth above.
TO:
FROM:
SUBJECT:
AGENDA ITEM 11{!!)
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S fAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
Mr. Robert Moses
William Whipple, Jr. '/ /
Maintenance
DATE: JWle 28t 19 62
On 22 June we opened bids for the five steel sided maintenance buildings.
Wilcox and Erickson's estimate for these buildings was $562,000. We received.only
three bids:
(1) An incomplete bid il.'om Fellow-Brown Contracting Company;
(2) A complimentary bid of $1, 490,000. from J. R. Stevenson Corp;
(3) A bid of $585,000. il.'om Namron Construction Company.
Informal inquiry indicates that many excellent contractors falled to bid
for two reasons:
{1) The fact that we had 31 bidders at our last bid opening;
(2) The fact that we awarded the previous contract to Electronic & Missile
Facilities, a type of operator with whom these contractors feel they should not attempt
to compete. You will recall that we awarded the contract to Electronic & Missiles for
the Security Building only after very serious consideration of their mediocre background
and that the full facts of their poor labor relations did not become known until after the
contract was awarded. Performance on the job to date has not been satisfactory.
Investigation indicates that Namron Construction Company is a practically
unknown subsidiary of Acme Missiles & Construction Corporation, of Rockville
Center. Dun and Bradstreet indicates the company to be financially sound, but the
owners have little construction experience. We have investigated their performance
on three jobs as follows:
(1) They built a portion of pier 8 last year for the Port Authority which
was completed reasonably satisfactorily. However, d.iliiculty occurred on account
of excessive charges for changes. The job was almost entirely sub-contracted, and
the Port Authority had to spend time and money negotiating with sub-contractors.
continued ..................... .
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
TO:
FROM:
SUB.JECT:
Mr. Robert Moses
William Whipple, Jr.
Maintenance Buildings
DATE: June 28, 1962
Page No. 2
(2) The FAA gave Acme Missiles a contract for a $2 million dollar flight
center at West Islip. Again most of the work was subbed-out. The FAA reports the
contractor to be very small claims conscious, and difficult to deal with on this
account although the quality of the work apparently is reasonable.
(3} A third project is a site 3 facility at Camp Peary, Virginia. The
engineers report that the contractor has initiated extra claims, practically even
before construction was started, and that the field construction personnel are not
up to good supervisory standards.
A list of jobs conducted since the firm was organized in 1958 indicates
only Government jobs and nothing in private industry. Judge Maguire reports that
Namron itself is Wlknown to labor and that the parent company has never signed a
contract with the carpenters, although they belong to the Long Island Employers
Association. We had specified that only a company of known and established
reputation would be considered for this contract, whereas it appears from the above
that we would be dealing with an unknown subsidiary of a company whose reputation
in labor relations and g e o o : t : ~ performance is barely satisfactory.
The Engineering Division is not staffed to engage in a running battle of
claims and arguments with second-rate contractors. The Electronics and Missile
Company already puts us in this position for one building. As far as buildings are
concerned, open competitive bidding is creating a situation which will make us d
with people who need to be watched every -step of the way and in the end enta.'
extra costs which would probably more than compensate for the extra cost a
contractor. I recommend that we reject the bids we have received on s b
and solicit bids instead from a small list of contractors known to be
names will be submitted to you for your approval.
The engineer/architect, (Mr. Erickson) and Judge Maguire join in this
recommendation.
WW/hc
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD·s FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
To: Mr. Robert Moses
FROM: William. Whipple, Jr.
s u • J E c T ~ Press Building
DATE: June 29, 1952
Final plans for the Press Building were approved
by all parties concerned on June 28th as submitted by
Eggers & Higgins.
The architect's estimate :for this building is
$550,000. which is within the budget approved :for this
item. It is proposed that we solicit bids immediately
and award the contract as soon as possible after receipt
of bids.
Your approval is recommended and title sheet
is attached for your signature.
WW/wh
Att.
TO:
FROM:
SUBJECT:
MEMORANDUM
AGENDA ITEM l1 ~ ·
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
Mr. Robert Moses DATE:
July 3, 1962
William Whipple, Jr.
In order to utilize TV connection points as you previously
approved, various exhibitors in each block will have to allow stringing
of temporary flexible cables across their lots to serve the more distant
exhibits. This matter bas been discussed with Legal Divi.sion, and
it bas been 8@'eed that it is necessary to amend the regulations in
order to establish this right. Under the proposal, only the edges of
the lots will be allowed to be crossed, . and this only when so authorized
by the Fair Corporation.
The proposed change is to insert after the first sentence of
the second paragraph o:f Section 16, Part 1, of the Special Regulations, (/
the following: AJ A,
"Such poDtion of a participant's premises may also be used Y
without charge by the Fair Corporation and, with the per· ~
mission of the Fair Corporation, by other participants for
the purpose of the temporary placing of such above ground
cables as may be necessary or appropriate to enable the
televising o:f features and activities at the space occupied by
such other participants. The Fair Corporation will designate
the television connection points to be used by participants
desiring such service.
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MEMORANDUM AGENDA ITEM 11 .c
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATIO
TO: Mr. Robert Moses DATE: July 3, 1962
FRON:
William Whipple, Jr.
SUBJECT:
~
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,
is making good progress in installing the first two 5000 KV A transformers and
switchgear, which will be adequate to serve loads during the construction period.
The first pr\ority portion of the electrical system will be activated to provide
electric service for construction of General Motors and Ford exhibits by the first
week of August. Telephone conduits and cable are now in place so that service
can be provided as needed to most of our early starting exhibitors. Water is also
being provided to several exhibitors.
The Security Building was 20% completed on 2 July. Progress has been
slow a.nd not altogether satisfactory. Bids received for the five maintenance build-
ings were unsatisfactory and have been rejected. This project will be re-bid on
18 July.
Final plans have been approved for the Press Building and bids will be
received by the end of July.
Final design has been reviewed and approved for the low tension
electrical and communications systems, entrance building (at overpass structure),
permanent park pools, second stage roads and curbing and other less important
items of permanent construction. It has been decided that the rock base course of
first phase roads will be laid as soon as utilities progress permits, in order to
faclliate exhibitors construction traffic during the Winter of 1962·63.
EXmBITORS DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
Progress continues on exhibitors' construction. In addition to Gas, Inc.,
and General Motors, General Electric is now driving piles and The Bell System,
Eastman Kodak, Ford, Travelers and the State of New York will be actively
continued .•....• 8 ••••
Mr. Robert Moses
William Whipple, Jr.
Page No.2
July 3, 1962
engaged on sub-structure operations during July. Processing of plans of
exhibitors for compliance with the Building Code and other Rules and Regulations
continues smoothly with no backlog. There are currently approximately 160
workers enqa.qed on exhibitors construction, as compared to 290 for Park
Department and World's Fair Contracts. The latest schedule of ~ c h e d u l e d
exhibitors construction starts is attached, showing that 35 exhibitors now intend
to start durinq 1962. ·
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Att.
3 JULY 1962
STATUS OF EX!:llBITOR CONSTRUCTION, 1962
EXffiBITOR
American Telephone & Telegraph Co.
Better Living Pavilion
Chrysler Corporation
Coca-Cola Company
Continental Insurance Co.
·E. I. duPont de Nemours & Co.
Eastman Kodak Company
Electric Power & Light Exhibit
Ford Motor Company
Gas, Incorporated
General Electric Company
General Motors Corporation
Graphic Arts Exhibit Bldg.
Greyhound at the World's Fair, Inc.
Hall of Education
International Business Machines
S.C. Johnson & Sons, Inc.
Ltebmrum Breweries
National Cash Register Co.
New Jersey Tercentenary Commission
New York state
Pavilion of American Interiors, Inc.
Pepsi-Cola Company
Port Authority Heliport and Exhibit Bldg.
Project 64
Protestant Council of the City of New York
Schaefer Brewing Co.
Simmons Beautyrest Center
Sinclair Dino Land
Transportation & Travel Pavilion, Inc.
Travelers Insurance Exhibit
United States Rubber Co.
USSR
World of Food, Inc.
WW/wr
ESTIMATED
CONSTRUCTION START
Started
September 1962
September 1962
October 1962
August 1962
September 1962
Started
September 1962
Started
Started
Started
Started
October 1962
October 1962
November 1962
Augustl962
October 1962
October 1962
September 1962
September 1962
Started
July 1962
July 1962
July 1962
October 1962
September 1962
August 1962
August 1962
October 1962
October 1962
September 1962
September 1962
October 1962
September 1962
MEMORANDUM
AGENDA ITEM 11 (9..,!)
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
TO:
Mr. Robert Moses DATE: July 3, 1962
P"ROM1 Will.iam Whipple, Jr.
SUBJECT:
It 1s desirable to get an architect assigned to work up plans for the
open-sided assembly pavilion for special events which you recently
approved including in our construction budget.
The design will have to meet the post-Fair requirement for an
open-air dance pavilion as well as tile needs of the Fair. The
architects should work closely with Gil Clarke, who can assure
coordinatton with requirements of the Park Department. Gil
recommends as architects Poor and swankey, who are accustomed
to auditorium design and are considered a 1 ut not unduly
expensive in their tastes. Mr. Poor is interested, and will
be very pleased to undertake the woY.' ur standard terms
of 4% of cost for design and 4% for r sian. ·Since the budget
estimate for the pavilion is $1, oool ., the architect's total fee
will be about $80,000. ~
Your approval is recommended. / ,
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3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
A"'DRI!:WS S. CLARK
N.Y. WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
EXECUTNE COMMITTEE MEETING
July 11. 1962
Park Department Construction Contracts
Bswig RoaQ§ &
Estimated Completion -75%
Paid Completion - 68%
Elecg:ical & Communic!;1tion Conduits
Estimated Completion - 87%
Paid Completion- 83%
Tide Gate & Pam
Estimated Completion - 35%
Paid Completion - 3 5%
2ueens; Botanical Garden§
Estimated Completion - 50%
Paid Completion- 35%
Tree Planting: - 1 §t Pha§e
Estimated Completion - 42%
Paid Completion - 16%
Avenue Parking: Field
Estimated Completion - 94%
Paid Completion- 91%
IRT - LffiR Over·gas§
Street Over12a12§
Estimated completion- 5%
Paid Completion - 5%
Tree Planting: - 2nd Phase
Estimated Completion - 64%
Paid Completion- 42%
9) Ground Cover Planting & Seeding
Contract plans approved June 12.
Low bidder is Central Jersey Landscape Co., Inc.
AGENDA ITEM 12 .a
Citv Share
$ 3, 098, 295
736,090
144,940
296,889
111, 635
396,440
2, 179, 387
138, 039
195, 615
ANDRIWa • CLAiliC
N, Y. WORLD'S FAffi 1964-1965 CORPORATION
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
July 11. 1962
Park Department Construction Contracts
10) Second Stage Roadways & Utilities
Contract plans referred to Budget
Director at Board of Estimate meet-
ing on June 12. Approval expected on
July 26.
11) Two Wells in Lake Area
Contract plans referred to Budget
Director at Board of Estimate meet-
ing on June 12. Approval expected on
July 26.
12) Lal5e Area Development
Contract plans referred to Budget
Director at Board of Estimate meeting
on June 12. Approval expected on
July 26.
13) Permanent Park Pooliii
Contract plans referred to Budget
Director at Board of Estimate meet-
ing on June 21. Approval expected on
July 26.
14) Second Stage Electrical & Commun. Svstems
Contract plans referred to Budget
Director at Board of Estimate meet-
ing on June 21. Approval expected on
July 26.
15) Additional Planting
Contract plans referred to Budget Director
at Board of Estimate meeting on June 21.
Approval expected on July 26.
July 2, 1962
Citv Sha;re
773,000
125,000
730,000
2, 685,000
2, 650,219
212,900
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