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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta FrUoy, April THf UTHMtOCE VKIAID 13 Osakans Go To Bed Deserted At Night By JACK TRACY OSAKA (CP) ExpoUnd, the tt-acre amusement park at Ja- pan's Expo 'TO, is the closest the first world's fair in Asia comes to having a midway. And with corners bearing such names as Plaza of Wind and Water and Woods of Recollec- tions, it's more like a rest lira Centrepiece of the park, a int version of La at Expo C7 in Montreal, is the dai- darasaurus, a five-track roller coaster named after the legend- ary pant said to have created Mount Fuji IV roller coast is a tamer ride Hue the one at the Cana- dian National Exhibition in To- ronto and has none of the thrills Jet Service Starts For Paris To Tokyo Ak France, the first Westers European airline authorized to fry the trans-Siberian route, inaugurated its history-making jet service between Paris and Tokyo this week with twice weekly roundtrip flights. The new sen-ice will enable hurried travellers to leave Tok- yo after noon and reach Paris the same evening after 13 hours and 33 minutes of net flying time and a one-hour stopover in Moscow. From Paris, flights will leave shortly before noon and arrive in Tokyo the next morning after 11 hours and 45 minutes in the air phis the one-hour stopover in in scheduled The trans-Siberian route is the most direct between Europe and the Far East. Roundtrip, it ii six hours faster than the Polsr rsuto M hours faster than the Southern route, both maintained by Air France. New Pavilions When Man And His World Opens MONTREAL New pa- vilions announced for Man and Moscow. The difference Dying times is due to prevail- ing winds. USSR visas will not be required by passengers thus in transit in the Soviet Union. 800th Anniversary An historical pageant and fireworks on June 21 will mark the climax of the festival week in the picturesque town of Gein- hausen, just east of Frankfurt- Main, on the occasion of the SOQth anniversary of the grant- ing of the town charter. 300 SUNGLASSES AVAllAKE IN YOUR RX His World 1970-the exhibition which started as Expo Ihythm, The Thousand and One J i g h t s, Photo, Perception, Space, Man and His Planet, jeonardo da Vinci, Immortal- ity, Legeodes du Quebec, The 20th Century, Children, and Sci- ence Fiction. Two of the popular pavilions to be updated for the edi- tion of the exhibition are Sports and Polar Regions. Hungary also win participate in Man and His World 1970 this season. It wiB be the first time that nation takes-part in the Montreal fair. La Ronde, the US-acre amusement and entertainment area, will.open for four week- ends prior to the exhftitiorf's of- ficial opening June 12. Sched- uled dates are: May 16, 17, and II, a and 34, 30, and 31, and June and 7. Prices for season Visas for the fair are: for adults (18 years and over) and for youth (6 to 17 Single ad- mission is foe adults and tor youth. A family booklet atoo it iraflaMe. of the Montreal fair's Gyrotoo ride tike planeti and into a volcano. Unlike La ExpoUnd is practically dead at night as hard-wariimg Otakans go home to bed or visitors from Japan's countryside board buses for the return trip. La Ronde swung until the eariy-mananf noun long after Expo 17 pavakn haiJ closed. In iaytinK, eratry TbRors rest on' seats under tanas awn- ings while children SCOtfli, tuvtflgii or play electronic Japanese drums in the Creative Flay ground. MUST BE SOBER One of the busiest spots Scribbling Coraer, a circular white wall on which visitors may write anything they like Mast messages are in Japanese hit one day two United States sailors boosted a Negro youth on their shoulders so be eouk write the hippie slogan, Maki Love, Not War, oa a dean par of the wan." Rides giatt ferris wheel and a space station' in which a circular vehicle spin and dips as it takes fair-goers I me top of a 90-foot tower whi: an amplifier grinds out the rec orded voices of American astr nauts. Another ride in which rubber- bumpered cars skid about an undulating surface is called the Frying Pan. The entrance wkket bears such injunctions in English as "Those intoxicated not "Persons feeling not well please keep out" and "Don't let go your handle off." Laterna Magika, whose per- formance combining film projection and live acting de- lighted Morrtrealers three years is back at this world's fair. Its general manager is Marie Desmarais of Montreal who in- troduced to North America the Oscar-winning Czech film Shop cm Main Street'. While Eipoland has dozens of snack-bars serving food ranging from American-style hot dogs to Chinese food, its showpiece res- taurant is me Munich Pavilion a huge Bavarian-style beer hat with a brassy German band But while Montrealers had the joint jumping when George Reiss ran a similar place a1 Expo 57, Japanese patrons quietly sip their beer while the musicians blow themselves in the'face. SPRING FOOD SAVINGS trim effective until doling Saturday, April llrh TABLE RITE FRESH PORK ROAST PICNIC STYLE, HOCK ON I Good Looks! Great Performance! Outstanding Engine! YAMAHA 100 TWIN JET 9.7 Horsepower 4 Famous Autolube Compression r.p.m. Signal liahh 2 Strain Candy Colon YAMAHA CYCLE SALES and SERVICE located Under The Wafer Tower PHONE 3284977 Ib. TAIL! Km MAKD WtSTBN Steaks Crest Rib Cut Ib. THE ROYAL BARGE Heralded at the major world exposition ever held in the Or- ient and a spectacular successor to Canada's Expo 67, Japan's Expo 70 opened its gates recently to the millions of domestic and foreign visitors who will view its won- ders. Shown here is the Burmese Pavilion representing o "Royal Barge" used in the kingdom of Burma mony centuries ago. People Washer On Display At Expo 70 Lost Adults Cause Problems In T.S. OSAKA (CP) Lost adults are causing more problems than lost children at Eipo TO. Hostesses report that many fair-goers are country people from outlying areas'of Japan. Despite colorful armbands, distinguishing paper bats and banners carried by their lead- ers, the sights and sounds of the fair