Sound (French), b&w, 17 min. 1) In a factory in the Ruhr area of Germany, ashes and soot byproducts are formed into bricks. Carbon dioxide is used for horticultural greenhouses. In Iceland households and industry take advantage of hot water geysers. 2) Radar keeps an eye on shipping in the Channel between England and France. 3) Adults in rural Italy are retrained and try to overcome their isolation by improving access to their village. 1953-1954. Produced, edited and written by Peter Baylis, Cinetone Studios, Amsterdam, for MSA/E. See "ONE-TWO-THREE (series)" for more information. NB: One MP catalogue refers to a story on Iceland in "Issue 5, Story 1," but further research is needed.