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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monduy, Juno 11, 1970 THE tETHBRIDGE HERAtD HAT smiling Queen Elizabeth I! appears to be wearing an enormous hat as her escort with plumed hat, walks directly behind her as she inspected the Queen's Bodyguard of the Yeomen of the Guard in the grounds of Buckingham Pal- ace Wednesday. The Guard was formed by King Henry VII in 1485 and first appear- ed at his Coronation that year. It is the oldest Royal Bodyguard. Dubcek Remains Problem PRAGUE (AP) Alexandir Dubcek remains very much a problem to the Czechoslovak Communist party from which he has been expelled. The party has assumed the task of finding Dubcek a suita- ble post where, it hopes, the for- mer popular idol will become a forgotten man. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 324 5th St. S. Ph. 358-7684 Abovo Capitol Furniture EDDY DIETRICH, C.D.M. One informant said Josef Leu- art, head of the Slovak branch of the party, was assigned to place Dubcek where he would enjoy minimum public expo- sure. The central committee an- nounced Friday after a two-day session that it had confirmed the expulsion of Dubcek from the party he had served for 30 years and headed at the time of the Soviet invasion of Czechoslo- vakia In August, 1968. Dismissal of Dubcek, 48, from his remaining official jobs, am- bassador to Turkey and mem- ber of parliament, was also con- firmed. The disgraced leader of Czechoslovakia's brief attempt to create communism "with human face" had been reported headed for a desk job at a fac- tory near Trericin in Slovakia, where he had once worked. But it was realized later that a factory job would be unsuita- ble because he would become a magnet for the workers, a source said. The regime was said to be preparing a statement about Dubcek intended to shatter his image of idealism and incorrup- tibility. ITS JUNIORS7 iffr NOW AT 2 LOCATIONS Celebrating 2 years at College Mall and 42 years downtown in the McFarland Building. ALL SUMMER DRESS and SPORTSWEAR Reduced from it a to GIRLS' DRESSES PANT "DRESSES 72 ,14 OH RAIN SHINE COATS JACKETS AND Off T-Shirts Slims AND Off Summer Shorts Tops Vi Off Terry Jump Suits Sun Suits Off Boys7 Jackets W Boys7 Shorts Off Boys7 Swim Trunks 'IS" Price Plus many more unodvertiscd specials College Mall McFarland Bldg. Nest Discovered In Mid-April Birdwatchers Breal WINNIPEG (CP) Delighted birdwatchers broke an interna- tional conspiracy of silence here following the departure of a family of Great Grey Owls, the rarest of North American owls, from the roadside hazards of civilization. Mother and father owl and three Owl offspring moved off to the safety of a deep tamar- ack and spruce bog in Minne- sota after being banded, photo- graphed, tape-recorded and just plain bird-watched in the inter- ests of ornithology. Their nest was discovcrcdd in mid-April near Rosseau, Minn., close to the Manitoba border, by Canadian Customs Officer Clarence Nordstrom, and the find was verified by staff from the Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature in Winnipeg. The ornithological signifi- cance of the was Great Grey Owl nests are so remote that they are seldom found the last "Manitoba nest was found in 1968 at The Pas, more than lino miles northwest of Hoscau, and the first Minne- sota nest was not found until 1935. Bird scientists at the Mani- toba Museum and the Minne- sota Museum of Natural His- tory agreed secrecy was neces- sary to protect the nest while their studies were going on, much as they hated to deprive members of the birdwatching fraternity of an opportunity to visit the site. "The most astonishing aspect of this nesting is the fact that nine Great Grey Owls were found dead along a two-mile stretch of highway adjacent to the nest site and three of these were found within 200 yards of the nest tree." says Dr. Robert W. Nero, chief of "the Manitoba museum's natural history divi- sion. "What a remarkable thing, therefore, that in the midst of this slaughter of Owls, some should have survived to nest in plain sight of the highway, un- .IV molested througliout Hie nest- ing period." Staff from the Manitoba mu- seum visited the nest site at least once a week during (he nesting period with local ob- servers checking it at regular intervals during their absence. Wildlife photographer Dalton Muir of Ottawa camped in a spruce bog near' the nest for a week and spent up to 20 hours a day in a blind on lop of a 40- foot tower which set up beside the nest tree. Other photographers also a.s- out occupation, it lias its mom- j sisled in the spc'eial study and j i ,i i ji '111 vi it; ruiuvneu lu In'Dr.'willinin'w! II. (hc Gunu, a noted recordei' of wild- life voices. on the back of the neck bv the mother Owl. Originallv there were five' "Although he suffered only eggs in the nest. Four of them j small scratches, he could have hatched but the fifth, which! fared far worse." sayd Dr. didn't, was eventually eaten by i Nero. "Anyone venturing near n the mother. Another of the i owl nest should use considcr- young later disappeared. i able caution these birds can j And while birdwatching is not j be ngrossivc in defence of their 1 generally considered a hazard-: young." Jensen Heads Lions MAGRATH (HNS) Reor- ganization of Magrath Lions Club took place on Ladies Night. Lion C. S. Matkin officiated at the installation of Svend Jensen as president; Val Kay, secretary; Wallace Baker, trea- surer: Ken Balderson. 1st vice-! with .lay Hamilton as taillmsl- president; Hall Poulsen. 2nd j er vice-president; Fred Strate, Aftcr suppcTi 5erved by Lion- 3rd vice-president. Directors are: Shelton Ririe. Blair Sabey. L. B. Tanner and Dee Leishrnan. I by Miss Sharon vocalist Lion tamer is John Moore and John Balderson, pianist. ess Ircta Matkin and Margaret Sabey, guests were entertained SPECIAL! IDEAL FOR BEACH OR COTTAGE V-STRAP TAMBLYN SHOPPERS' WORLD COUEGE MALI. SANDALS HEN'S LADIES AND CHILDREN! 3 PIECE BARBECUE SET FORK. TONGS. TURNER 2.59 ADORN HAIR SPRAY SEGUUR. EXTRA HOLD. UNSCENTED 15 or. SPECIAL I 1.99 CREAM HAIR AWAY FROM FACE, LEGS AND UNDERARMS SPECIAL! NEET TORY 01. LOTIOr 1.09 DEPILATORY 2 or. CREAM er 4 ei. LOTIOM FOR COMPLETE PROTECTION MODESS FEMININE NAPKINS nee. of 12 SPECIAL! 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