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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -F.U.y, 29, 1970 THI LETHMIDOI KHALD 19 Touring For Visitors New tours of IreUnd, Eng- land and Wales will be avail- able lo Canadians this summer Trith the appointment, just an- nounced, of Internalional Voy- ages, of Toronto, as general in Canada of Shannon Greyhound Coaches Limited, a company jointly owned by Grey hound Corporation America and Shannon Travel Shannon Travel is a subsl diary of Ireland's Hibernian Transport Group which oper ates Ihe largest holiday and (ravel business in the republic Five-day tours of Irelam beginning in Shannon or Dub- lin May 1 through Sept. 30 wil be offered at per person double extra for stogie- room The 15-da; three-cpuntry tours originatin in Shannon any Saturday o Sunday from May 2 Ihroug Sept. 20, per per son with a supplement of for t single room. Air fare is extra. Prices are k, Ct.nadian funds and include all ground transportation, rooms wilh pri- vate balh, and all meals except lunches in Dublin or London Mounties On DutyAtExpo70 Have Guns Only For Bermuda Briefs William Shakespeare's play, "The Is said to have been inspired by survivors of Sea Venture, a ship which was wrecked off Bermuda in 1609 and brought the island her first colonists. B e r m u d a's first currency was the "Hog bearing pictures of the wild hogs which fed the shipwrecked sailors who colonized the island. German Line Has Four Guises To West Indies German Atlantic Line has announced that it has sched- uled for the first time four cruises to the West Indies on board its new flagship, the t.s. Hamburg, which will de- part from and return to Balti- more as part of its 1970-71 cruise program. Two of the cruises on the ton Hamburg, Ger- many's newest iuxury liner, are seven days in length and depart March 13 and March -29, 1971. Both of these will call at the same ports of San Juan and St. Thomas. The third muse is also r. seven day one, d e p a r t ing March 21, and calls at Montego Bay and Nassau. The remaining cruise in the series lakes place during the Easier vacation, is eight days in length and departs April 6. It calls at San Juan, St. Thom- as and Nassau. OSAKA The scarlet-coaUd Mounties on duty at the Can- adian pavilion at Expo 70 will never get their man if they have to pull a gun. Japanese author- ities, who are touchy about peo- ple carrying firearms, were perturbed when they learned that sidcarms are part of Moun- tie dress. "No said the Japan- tee. "No guns, no the Canadian authorities are said to have replied. The Japanese digested this for a while, then returned with the suggestion: "Please to use wooden guns." Finally a compromise was worked out. Four new pistols were bought by Canada, their triggers were welded and the firing mechanisms destroyed beyond repair. The sidearms won't shoot, but even so every once in a while the Japanese continue to hint that they really would prefer thai the mounlies carry wooden pistols. B.C. PAVHION AT IXPO 70-The forest ond mineral weollh of Canada's Pacific province are depicted in the soaring Doughs ond metal tpari in contrast to the. adjoining oriental pagoda, Yisilors will see a moose standing in a natural setting. Admiring the tableau ore five of B.C.'s guides and hostesses. finest Walk In The World n New Zealand WELLINGTON, N.Z. (CP) -A tourist attraction could hardly ;et higher commendation than le personal patronage of the minister of tourism and family. The New Zealand minister of autism, B. S. Thomson, has shown he means what he says about the MUford Track by devoting his year-end vacation to taking a family party over it. Featured as the "finest walk in the the Milford Track in the remote southwest corner of New Zealand winds through dense rain forest, over a moun-ain pass, and into the spectacu-ar Milford Sound in fiordland. The walk takes three days, with overnight stops at huts along :he Getting around Expo 70 may >e relatively easy on the feel On sile transportation includes: A monorail circling the site and stopping at seven si a-dons. The train, running ever 2Vt minutes, can carry persons an hour. Free. air conditioned moving sidewalks {enclosed ii tubes) running from each of the fair's four gates to Ihe cen iral area. Each lane can carry persons an hour. Japanese visitors, who vill be in the vast majority, are i xpected to carry box lunches, foreigners might be wise to do i he same. Be prepared for rain, es-KCiaUy during June. Japan's readier is variable so carry ight raingear most days. Canada can claim significant number of firsts at Expo TO. It was the first country to agree to participate; first to Family Cars, each wit five seats, will be operated as tails or on a self-drive renla basis. A Dream Car consisting five coaches and accommoda big 30 riders will travel t site's roads. A modest fare wi be charged. A skyride of gondol about 300 feet up will run between the West Gate and Expo Theatre, providing Day Free Visiting couples who gel married in Braunlage in the Harz, Germany, are driven four-in-hand in a coach, or in a sleigh in winter, to the registrar's office or to diurch. During the winter season, the seventh day is complimentary for newly-weds who have booked a six-day honeymoon at a hotel. Advance On Air T Travelling via air with an in Cant can be mads enjoyable for every ticket holder on boarc by parents who plan in advance The planning starts by noti tying the airline at the time o reservation that a baby will oe brought along. Today's jetliner, are easily converted into ravel Will ed nurseries with this nolifica tion, with precautions taken t make junior's flight as comfort able -as his crib at home. Stewardesses will check I see that emergency baby kit of powder, disposable diapers baby food and eating utensi are on hand. They also Off k Tots required during the trip, j If the baby requires a liq-- uid formula, prepare enough at iome for the entire flighl. Hosl-3 esses will gladly warm bottles and provide free milk, but they are not permitted to mix forms' ulas. e Brine along an extra hot ews of the ground. Fare to I sign t contract; first to pro- charged, duce a pavilion design; first to obtain a building permit; Getting from Osaki, or else- here, to Expo 70 will best subway or train. Special TOrt-haul' bus KTvice will be ovided from nearby tUtions. By road it probably will be ghtmare. Although new high- ays have been built from out- ing centres, traffic jams In ind beyond Osaka are moou- ental even DOW. On one fore- oon it took more than Iwo ours by bus to cover the JO miles from Osaka to Expo. Expo gates will be open .m. to 10 p.m., March 15 to pdl 28. Pavilions 10 a.m. to 9 m. Between April 29 and Sept. 3 gates will open at 9 a.m. nd close at p.m. Pavil- ons a.m. to p.m. Restaurants and snack bars re not as abundant -as they at Expo 67, although seal- ng for people is claim- ed. This is believed to be ample, first to break ground on the sile; first-to top off a pavilion; first to complete construction: and first to be visited (at the official opening next Saturday) by Emperor Hirohito. Canada's national day will be celebrated at Expo oa May 27; Ontario's special day will be May 23, and B.C.'s May 29 Quebec's day comes June 25 Accommodation anyw here near Expo already is at a prem- .um, even in private gues louses. It would be unwise tc go to Japan this summer hopinj tor po'Juck. Trans-Siberian Route For SAS Conclusion of talks in Toky between government represen tatives of Japan, Demark, Nor way and Sweden have rcsultec in agreements on new ai routes for SAS-Scandinaviari Airlines and JAUThe Interns lional Airline of Japan. Under the new agreemei Japan ar.d Scandinavia will 1 linked by a new route via Mos cow. SAS may begin flyir, the new route from March 2 1971, or when JAL beings i service to Scandinavia, whic ever occurs first. Kentucky taverns 'opular MAMMOTH CAVE, Ky. Tie fascination at cavern will attract men IhiB Q.GOO visitors to Mammoth National Park this >peclacular Mammoth Cave bit Ken host to world travefco hr ne hundred-fifty yean. moth Cave National Part, ablished in 1MI, comprises XX) acres of forested hilk, ridges and valleys. This acute wmdcrland located in wih central Kentucky Is tiroughout the year. Mammoth Cave is vitii a multitude of unique (en- ures and attractions fipcev acular cavern rooms, impres- sive pits domes, multl- lued stalactites and and intriguing Echo River, which winds through its vaulted corridor, 300 feet beneath the surface. Iii The Bag The Swiss Government visitors In The Bag vouchwi good for hospitable acliviliei: a oneway free rental car with 60 miles of driving; sightsee- ing; a concert; cheese and tasting; swimming; secretarial services for one hour; snacks; souvenir; visit to a nightclub. Travellers can make arrange- ments through travel agents er .from Trans Air lino 1 offices. Calling Cards Necessary For Visitors To Japan By IRVING C. WHYNOT CP Business Editor TOKYO (CP) Here you are, on your first visit to Japan and right you come ON EUROPE Room, Breakfast and r In 50 Major Cities: One tour per city in 47 cities; two tours per city in london, Paris and Romi. The o day Pfon ts NOT for everyone M's for Ihe adventurous, unpretentious Canadian who Is willing to live In the same style as thai ol the average middle-class European Tourist. II il for the tourist who does nol wont the ulmosl in service and The hotels, pensions and guest house! that form part of the 35 a day System are plcasanl, clean and ullerly respeclibfe. They just lack the fancy frills, To sign on for a a lour, stop In al iht of P. LAWSON TRAVEL Choose your trip from any of Ihe ilinerariei let forth In thil brochure, or PLAN YOUR OWN ilinerary. Then determine the number of days you wish lo slay In each of European cities on your tour, Wt will Vt plnttd It unfit with odvice. rP.LAWSON TRAVEL 25 office! jpeciillzinn In holidw, MARQUIS MOTH UDO, 3J7-40M or 328-1000 up against a ticklish problem of protocol when you meet your first Japanese. Do you bow, shake bands, or present your business card? The answer !s yes. Any one, two or combina- ion of- all three are accept- able in this traditionally for- mal country despite some of the inroads of Western ways. Bowing is not as widespread as it once was. and handshak- ing is becoming more com- mon. The business or calling card exchange is a ritual which just can't be Ignored if you are to make a hit with' your Japanese acquaintances. Of coarse, if you happen to run into a Japanese who hasn't got a card, or has run out, you upstage him if you present yours and he hasn't one to return. The trick is for both of you lo bring out your cards at the same time. If you are a bit late, you've lost the onenpmanship game right off. Bl.UFF IT THROUGH If you are caught card- short, there is only one thing to do: Bluff it through. Don't apologize. Reach for your pocket as if you are going for a card, then hesitate and for- get il. Your Japanese friend will immedinlrjy start won- dering why you don't want lo give him your card. You've come up with al least a draw. Deciding whether to bow or offer your hand U a bit more difficult. On the first effort, you will probably try the bow and find yourself examining your friend's shoe shine while he has his hand extended in thin air across the top of your head. The next time things will be reversed, and about the third time you should come up wilh some tort ol compromise. It's not it an Impossible tc run into a combination of all three of those social graces, and lo watch experts at work is education in skilful man- oeuvring and sleight-of-hand. Witness two Japanese man- ufacturers meeting a prospcc- ive North American buyer in hold lobby: Afler Ihe pre- .iminary confusion about .ng and handshakes, they agree on the bow. AU three ww, at the same time reach- ing wilh one hand into a back socket for their calling cards, coming up together wilh smiles and cards extended. A perfect start for a busi- ness relationship! Among the natives, bowing is still a graceful tradition hut more and more the younger generation are switching to the handshake. To the tradi- tional Japanese the touching of hands is for close friends only. Students no longer bow to their teachers inside and out- side school, many times a day. Now, a bow at the start of Ihe day and one at farewell is sufficient. But the tradition lingers on elsewhere. Train lickct inspectors bow on entering and leaving a comparlmenl, and before and offer checking each passenger's ticket. Elcvalor girls at holds and department stores, girl ticket collectors on buses and the girls at store escalators al- most always insist on bowing every customer passes. Someone figured that for a store clevalor girl that proba- bly works out to about bows a day. trained to give special instruc- tions lo the parents on the best -.vay to care for the child at certain stages of the flight. For example, a parent will learn that during takeoff and landing the infant should be held in the parent's arms with tha seatbelt around the parent only. Other tips lo serve as a checklist of things to do when flying wilh a baby are as fol- lows: Carry a utility bag made of plastic or other water re- sislcnt materials large enough to hold bottles and jars of baby loud for the number of tie of milk or juice I0r take- offs and landings. Adults often use chewing gum to adjust to changes in air pressure, and babies find Ihe same comfort in a few swallows from a boUle Pack plenty of diapers But, if you run short, ask a stewardess for extras. For older children, there are generally playthings and chil dren's books to keep them amused when they are no looking out of the windows of the aircraft. It is a good ide< lo bring along a child's favont toy, or a new book or he has shown a particular in leresl in scanning. ATTENTION CHARTER PASSENGERS! 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