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Joan CRAWFORD Actress Joan Crawford, glamor lady of U.S. business and motion industry, was welcomed yesterday at Malton Airport by George Altman of Toronto Variety Club on her arrival for clubs' international convention in Toronto. She also intends to take in the horse races.
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EXPLOSIONS Bad Day on Fuel Line-- These two aviation fuel tank trucks exploded three hours apart at a Malton depot last night injuring their drivers and shooting flames as high as 300 feet. Imperial Oil Ltd. closed the depot after the second blast . After firemen brought the first truck fire (left) under control the vehicle was hauled away. The second truck, also used to refuel Trans Canada Air lines DC-8 jets, had been just moved in for reloading when there was another blast.
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(Chief) Simeon O. ADEBO Nigerian Ambassador to the United Nations Asks Restriction of Canadian Trade with South Africa Chief Simeon O. Adebo, Nigerian Ambassador to the United Nations, (left) yesterday told luncheon meeting of the African Students Foundation at the Park Plaza Hotel he was dismayed to find, while reading a Canadian trade publication, that Canadian trade with South Africa is increasing. Shown with him, in native dress are U of T. students Anas Onyejiaka (middle) and Ebele Nwokolo.
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OWEN SOUND Harbor Tugboat churns through ice to keep channel open around elevator at Owen Sound harbor. More than 30 inches of snow have fallen in area since Saturday, but yesterday many concession roads were opened.
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BRITANNIA (Royal Yacht) Royal River is National Film Board's film of the Britannia's stately progress along the St. Lawrence River to Port Arthur, with a queenly passenger aboard. The film runs 30 minutes. It was released by 20th Century Fox for distribution in 17 Commonwealth countries. Thirty-six hours after the Royal tour ended, the Canadian print was shown in five Canadian cities. In Toronto Royal River appears at University, Eglinton, Palace and Runnymede.
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