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SUNNYSIDE L.F While Toronto sweltered through the hottest day of the year yesterday, thousands of Metro residents headed for the nearest water in search of relief. Water temperatures ranged between 70 degrees at Sunnyside and 76 degrees' at the mouth of the Humber River. Harbor police reported all beaches were packed It was standing room only at Sunnyside pool, shown here.
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C.N.R. Miscellaneous AUTOMATED FREIGHT CLASSIFICATION YARD More than one-third of the 156 miles of track have been laid at the Canadian National Railways yard in northwestern Toronto, The yard forms part of the CNR Taronto bypass project which is scheduled to be in operation early in 1965.
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LIBERAL PARTY OVERFLOW CROWD HEARS LIBERAL LEADER Lester Pearson addressed more than 1,500 persons at a Liberal nominating meeting in Cooksville. The party's Ontario leader, John Wintermeyer, was on the platform with Mr. Pearson. Closed-circuit television carried the address to two auditoriums.
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ROYAL FAMILY Netherlands Queen Juliana Queen Juliana greets crowd of 400, many from Dutch community around Brantford, after arrival yesterday afternoon at Dutch tobacco firm, Theodorus Niemeyer Canada Ltd.
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