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FREDERICK G. GARDINER EXPRESSWAY A forecast of no traffic bottlenecks during the construction of the Lakeshore Expressway bridge across the Humber River (above) was issued jointly yesterday by Metro Chairman Gardiner and Metro Traffic Engineer Samuel Cass. While steel piles are being driven north of present bridge, engineers are preparing plans for staging construction so that through traffic routes across the Hunter will be available at all times, said Mr. Cass. Traffic will use present bridge during construction of westbound expressway span by the province.
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HAIR That's no hat, that's the model's own hair at the Toni and Guy shows.
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Karen MORCH Canada Boardsailing champ
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ARTISTS UNION, TORONTO Members of the Toronto Artists Union, a newly formed group, joined with other anti-censorship groups, feminist organizations and gay and lesbian activists to protest against censorship. The demonstration was at Queen's Park as a group of international censors gathered at a provincially sponsored meeting in Toronto.
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YOBKDALE SHOPPING CENTRE Parking lot filled with cars. Simpsons Department store in backgroud.
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