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CANADIAN NATIONAL EXHIBITATION Ontario Showcase [Crane has finished job of maneouvring cap of Cinesphere into position and workment bolt ends of prefabricated aluminum tubing into place to tie dome and its cap together. Interior dome of steel will be next job. Theatre taking shape off Canadian National Exhibition grounds is part of Ontario Place complex being built on artificial islands. ]
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THE OSMONDS (vocal group) (Donny left and Alan Osmond signing autographs at the CNE yesterday.)
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BEATLES, The SUCCESS MEASURED IN YARDS OF HUMAN BEINGS Teen-agers, school children playing hookey and even matrons with grey streaking their hair filled Carlton Street sidewalk yesterday to buy tickets for the Labor Day performance of the Beatles at Maple Leaf Gardens. The magnetic attraction of the English rock 'n' rollers caused sold-out signs to be placed in box office windows within an hour of the tickets going on sale.
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BERLIN city Wall MARTIN BAZARIAN, PRESIDENT OF BERLIN WALL CANADIAN TOUR, SUPERVISES THE UNLOADING YESTERDAY OF A 2,5-TONNE SECTION OF THE BERLIN WALL FROM A SPOT NEAR THE BRANDENBERG GATE. IT WILL BE ON DISPLAY AT THE CANADIAN NATIONAL EXHIBITION IN TORONTO. NEXT STOP WILL BE OKTOBERFEST IN KITCHENER.
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SPORTSMEN's SHOW, CANADIAN NATIONAL (Toronto) Karl Bischoff of Celista, B.C. says his axe is so sharp that he can shave with it. He is in Toronto for the Sportsmen's Show at Exhibition Place. The show ends March 19/89
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