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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta March 1971 THE LFTHBRIDGE HERALD GOVERNMENT HOT PANTS Ontario public works minister James Auld looks over a model displaying a hot pants fashion to be worn by government hostesses at the Ontario Model at left shows off a long tunic worn over bellbottom The fashions were featured at a showing in Toronto of styles to be worn in 1971 by Ontario government Youngsters learn seal hunt tough By ED WALTERS CAP AUX CP Four American teen agers who visited a seal herd on the ice of the Gulf of Lawrence in advance of the annual seal hunt which opened March 12 may not have learned much about the hunt that it can be Two of the teenagers and an American newspaper man fell to their hips through a hidden soft spot on the They were pulled to safety and immediately flown back to their hotel by The trip to this Magdalen Islands area was organized by a New York group called Friends of and officials said it was aimed at creating publicity to aid their campaign to ban the annual hunt in the gulf and on the off Brian Danes of who has conducted an interna tional campaign to ban the hunt on grounds of cruelty and danger to the ac companied the American group Stisane and Richard of New were accompanied on the trip by Joyce an official of the New York ICE WAS UNSAFE Oscar of Ann of Sulli and Sharon Pear also of a volunteer worker for the or travelled from New York with Miss Lam berts Dick of the Louis GlobeDemocrat accom panied A Canadian reporter asked Dalies after the Ameri can party arrived if he was aware that Stan chief federal fisheries officer for the gulf believed the ice was unsafe for inexperienced Dudka had said in an earlier interview areas of slob melted i c e ere coveied by snow and difficult to Davies said he did not intend to pay any attention to Dudkas He said two helicopters he had chart ered uould remain on the ice Sinalhvood assassination tli real en od CP RCMP are threats on Premier Smallwoods life made in two anonymous tel ephone calls to radio stations and VOCM here Thurs Ted fiartlcil of said an caller told him hs Small wood wilnn 48 A few minutes a similar call was received at Smallwood said he had no plans lo ormcel any public en while the teenagers viewed the seal They were returning to the helicopters after petting some pups when Krantz and two teenagers went through the ice almost They were helped to safety by Fred Beairsto of president of the International Fund for Animal and immediately flown back to WORST IN YEARS Davies was then asked if he still believed it had been safe to take the visitors to the Conditions were the worst in several he re The youngsters were capti vated by the pups and all said in interviews they should not be When told that some Mag dalen Islands and Newfound land fishermen dencnd on the sale of seal pelts for up to 25 per cent of their annual in come they suggested the gulf be turned into a seal sanc tuary with facilities for tour ists to visit the I think tourists would bring more money to the area than killing Miss Kar liner Miss Lambert said other in dustries should be created to fill the economic Hartzell and Miss Cu neio said they could appre ciate the federal govern ments unwillingness to end the hunt but I still think its wrong to kill Hartzell Miss Lambert said it would serve no purpose to introduce the teenagers to local resi dents who depend on selling seal pelts at each for extra since her organiza tions policy was to oppose the AIMED AT PUBLIC She said the purpose of the trip was to reach the public and interest them in coming to see the Davieis Hartzell and Miss Cu neio said they were unaware Norwegian ships also take part in the You dont associate any other country with the hunt except Hartzell Norwegian while barred from the are al lowed under international agreement to take seals on the Labrador The teenagers said they knew nothing of the areas economy who with his school mates circulated a petition in Louis demanding that Prime Minister Tnideaii end the said no effort was made to obtain information about Eastern Canada and the hunt from the federal govern We got all our information from he Davies suggested the petition when he visited a high school in Louis ear lier tins AH the students expressed disbelief of Canadian claims that the hunt is conducted ui a humane manner ami that there is no danger lo the spec Zellers SATURDAY ii PRESELLING FRIDAY NIGHT TIL 12 MIDNIGHT SO COME EARLY THE DOORS WILL CLOSE AT 9 CHECK OUR FLYER FOR MANY OTHER SPECIALS OFFERED SPECIAL i HOUR TIME LIMIT V2 PRICE SPECIAL CHOCOLATE EASTER EGG 57c EACH CHESTERFIELD SUITES 2 AND 3P1ECE VARIOUS STYLES SPECIAL CHARGE IT WOMENS I SHOE SPECIAL Assorted styles and to A YOUR CHOICE 9 pair J pair CHARGE IT SPECIAL V2 HOUR TIME LIMIT 20PIECE DINNERWARE SETS 2 MIDNIGHT SPECTACULAR SALE TONIGHT SPECIALS ON SALE TIL MIDNIGHT COME EARLY DOORS WILL CLOSE AT 9 HUNDREDS OF will land in Zellers parking lot at Bring them into store for Super Savings UP TO 60 OFF GOOD FRIDAY NIGHT TIL 12 MIDNITE ONLY TIMEX and SWISS MADE WATCHES YOUR EACH 9 CHARGE IT SPECIAL HOUR TIME LIMIT SLEEPING BAGS CHARGE IT LADIES7 CRIMP DRESSES Wash In a wink Need no ironing Sleevelets in assorted colon EACH 9 CHARGE IT OUR ENTIRE ASSORTMENT OF 27 RUG RUNNERS YOUR CHOICE PER FOOT 99 CHARGE IT CHARGE IT SKILLET SPECIAL ROAST BEEF DINNER Mashed Potatoes Buttered Vegetables Brown Gravy Roll and Butter CHARGE IT MIDNIGHT COWBOY will be slashing prices all night with 15 minute specials throughout the store Watch for Him WENWINWIN A SHELBURN STEREO Value CASH YOUR FAMILY ALLOWANCE CHEQUE AT ZELLERS Offer Expires March 1971 HYSTYLE HAIR SPRAY TIN 91 c 2 for CHARGE IT f ZeNer s County Fair Satisfaction Guaranteed Located in the South Lethbridge Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Open Daily 9 a to 6 Wednesday 9 to 1 Thursday and Friday 9 to 9 Telephone 3288171 ;