THE big assets of a world's fair are planning, imagination, architecture and money. All these are clearly beginning to show at Expo 67, the Canadian World's Fair now being built on a pair of islands, one man-made and one man-enlarged, in the St. Lawrence River opposite Montreal. Comparisons are inevitable with New York's fair, which was good fun, particularly in its imaginative displays of industrial show business, but never really made the grade. Unlike the New York Fair, Expo got accreditation from Paris' choosy Bureau of International Expositions, which demands that each nation pays for its own exhibition. At Montreal, more...

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