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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letftbridge Herald Fourth Section March 1971 Pages 33W STILL GOING STRONG Gibbs admits his bones are aching some but the 110yearold former bronco buster still saws his own wood and keeps up with other chores at his house in Walla He still that hes a young man and attributes his longevity to daily doses of cayenne Real princess wants to play peasant role ROME AP A real life princess says her ambition is to play a peasant woman in the She is Ira von bom to the title of princess and an automobile Her latest role is that of a Super railway system starts WASHINGTON Reuter A government created railway passenger unifying all present services under one will begin oper ating to 114 cities in the United States May it was announced David chairman of the National Railroad Pas senger known as said the new system would reach 85 per cent of the urban population in the prostitute in Brother Sister the film Franco Zeffirelli is making about the life of Francis of These roles are a real chal she said in an inter but her ultimate cinemat ic ambition is to portray a Scili an peastant woman how she loves and Now Ira is a tall and dark haired A daughter of German Prince Tassilo von Furstenberg and Clara the sister of Fiat President Gianni she chose the cinema despite her fathers title and her mothers DOESNT MIND ROLES Lowly and minor roles cause no conflict to the woman Euro peans still call Nor does she mind exhibiting her body for I am still scared of a she says after 15 supporting I am still As a Ira led a jetset capturing headlines as a younj She became a bride al a mother at 16 and was a twotime divorcee at Now she seems married for good to Monitor pollution MONTREAL Air Purification Foundation of Greater Montreal a pri vately subsidized pollution sur vey has set up a mobile air testing laboratory in a downtown parking The mobile equipped with worth of technical instru can monitor the sulpha tion rate of the the soiling the dust sus pended participate sul phuric sulphur dioxide am carbon on a 24hour FREEST Pant Suits Pant Sets FOR NEW INTO SPRING Regular to S19 549 A forecast of the season yours to wear right now at big savings Choose from tunics with pants with long and other pant CREDIT IS YOURS AT AIL BETTY SHOPS ON ONE CARD betty shop CENTRE VILLAGE MALL Phone 3785025 Japanese market for Canadian coal could stop very suddenly By JOHN MIKA Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA The Japanese market for Canadian coal is ex tremely volatile as two recent sits of intelligence They suggest that while de mand is rising with the exhil arating speed of an express elevator just now it could stop with dizzying A good measure of the speed came in the February issue of the Canadian Mining Journal in which a federal mineral re sources specialist surveyed the Japanese As of 1 six Canadian companies had signed con tracts for million short tons of coke exports this the article But even before it was off the it was consider ably out of date as contracted tonnage by the same com panies had risen to million And even this figure may be out of date by now as six other companies in the process of proving up exploration finds in various parts of Alberta and have begun negotiations in an expert warn ed that the joy ride may end in a jolt unless the Canadian government and business com munity get together for a ra tional development of future trade with The day of expanding Ja panese demand for Cana d i a n raw materials may drastically decline with the end of the pres ent decade bringing instead in creased Japanese demand for the widest range of Canadian services and finished Canada Japan Trade Coun cil President Robert Houston told a hearing this While it is my view that her demand for resource ma terials will grow tremendously to the end of this I be lieve it could then level off shortly even begin a moderate decline But he doesnt think the Ris ing Sun is going to set just move to a different economic quarter of the post industrial I belisve Japan can and will maintain her rate of national economic growth but in a different form and upon a dif ferent I see Japans whole econ omy changing to the point where the Japanese economy of 1985 will bear little resem blance to the Japanese econ omy we know Houston said Japans econ omy has expanded so far by building a giant production machine turning out ever in creasing quantities of a vast array of items from ships to tape recorders to bull Bvt will Japan continue sim ply to turn out an ever swell ing flood of motor TV radios and such I doubt The reason is sim ple Japans spectacular in dustrial growth has spawned spectacular problems that threaten to engulf To begin 90 per cent of production is consumed in her domestic market and it soon will be drowning in its own flood of material goods at a time when its citizens demand more social and recrestional Houston says Japan already has begun towards the solu transformation of the in dustrial impetus to research and scientific expertise which can be sold abroad as knowl patented technolo g i c a 1 processes and super sophisti cated Being phased out is the sin gle mindedness of assembly line production like a hormonal threatens to kill Japanese society through sheer growth of its crowded plant to unnatural breaking under the strains of staggering labour and social problems A five year plan adopted last June deliberately seeks to moderate and shift direction of economic growth Whole industries are being exported to Pacific Rim coun tries where labour and mater ials abound but capital and ex pertise are As Japan she will be come an importer of semi and finished goods instead of raw materials beginning willi buster copper and pclletizcd iron instead of raw lum ber and paper instead of logs and pulp then ascending to con sumer products and specialized It would not surprise me to see Japan completely out of production of many items for which today she is world fa said To my mind this dramatic change will have great and beneficial re percussions through the whole Pacific Rim But Canadians will have to start transforming their trad1 ing stance to benefit by these beginning with more syste m a t i c government and business contacts to learn not only Japans needs but also learn some of her superior he It might be a very interest ing exercise were Canadian suppliers of basic raw mater ials to suggest to their Japan ese during con tract that more Canadian content in shipments was said There is nothing that I know of to indicate Japanese busi nessmen would be averse to a proposal that a greater degree of processing or even manufac ture be undertaken in Canada before Houstons message was plain the day of easy sales simply o materials to Japan is here for a while but it simply wont The fast elevator ride could bring an equally fast plunge unless Canadians gradually prepare to operate at the high er industrial On verge of serious level Noise pollution grows and grows By BILL NEIKIRK WASHINGTON AP A governmentsponsored panel said here that noise pollu tion in the United States is on the verge of reaching a serious It called for new federal and state standards to protect Americans against hearing damage and annoyance The panel recommended steps to help take away some of the din of modern living and said the should establish a na tional goal to work toward an environment for all Americans free of noise that jeopardizes their health and welfare or un necessarily detracts from the quality of Millions of workers are now exposed to noise levels that have been shown conclusively to produce hearing the panel named by the commerce department Most of these workers are unaware of the haz ard and do not act to protect The panel said the federal government should expand its role in developing standards foi allowable exposure to industrial It said states and local governments should adopt standards at least as stringent as federal STANDARDS NEEDED The department of ed ucation and welfare should es tablish interim criteria and guidelines for use in setting standards to human exposure to The panel also said the com merce department should de program succeeding CANBERRA AP Defence Minister John returned from a visit to said here the South Vietnamese objectives in Laos have been achieved and their withdrawal should not be interpreted as de There had been ex tremely bloody be tween the South and North Viet namese in he Gorton said in his assessment the Viet namization program is succeed velop voluntary standards for placing noise ratings on con sumer products that are a sig nificant source of noise In cases where the noise could pro duce hearing the la belling standards should be said the Other recommendations called for expanded research into noise action by all governments to consider the concept of noise zoning in better training of workers in noise abatement and better methods of measuring noise One of the establishing an office of noise abatement in the Environmen tal Protection has been proposed by President Nixon in a bill now before the The panel concluded that most Americans are responsible for what it called a widespread pollutant which can have many adverse effects on It said 150 million Americans living in cities and suburbia are exposed to annoying noise which constitutes a degradation of Firearms and rocknroll music pose a potential threat to the report and transportation is a major source of Americas The current trend toward producing larger and more pow erful raising speed lim its on our and ex panding the volume of truck traffic will greatly increase traffic noise unless effectiva countermeasures are Urban noise levels are exposing citydwellers to the din of pneumatic ma and dem a n t i n o i s e ordi nances contain no provision for quantitative measurement of noise levels are dif ficult to MAY TRAVEL WASHINGTON Reuter The state department has de clined to rule out the possibility that State Secretary William Rogers might visit Israel and Arab capitals next An Israeli spokesman in Jerusa lem said Rogers might go there in FINAL 3 DAYSCAPITOLS A manufacturers special showing of all new 1971 Furniture Styles styled by one of Western Canadas leading manufacturers Come in this week select your fabric select your style or choose as shown and get custom built furniture for your By making your selection during the show and sale we are able to offer this custom service at no additional cost OVER 100 PIECES TO CHOOSE FROM NOW ON DISPLAY CHESTERFIELD SUITE Modern 4 Piece Group includes and Chair and and Chair LOVE SEATS SECTIONALS CHESTERFIELD SUITES 0 STUDIO LOUNGES FROM 89 OCCASIONAL CHAIRS and ROCKERS RECLINERS FROM ;