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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Amateur demonstrator still hasn't disappeared WASHINGTON (CP) - The amateur demonstrator has not altogether disappeared, i n these days of rent-a-crowd. He turned up at the. Canadian embassy here to ask the Canadian navy to stop shelling the tiny Puerto Rican island of Culefora. The affair had been publicized in advance-a march by members of the Quaker Action Group of Philadelphia and the Rescue Culebra Committee of New York to the Canadian, British and Brazilian embassies to protest the use of Culebra as a naval firing range at the invitation of the United States Navy. But after 45 minutes of confusion, interspersed with polite consultations with embassy officials, only two spokesmen showed up at the embassy to deliver a verbal protest on the front steps. An RCMP officer in red tunic provided some colorful background for the television cameras. Massachusetts Avenue was jammed with the cars of police and federal security men. Charles Walker, a chunky Philadelphian, told reporters that a verbal rather than written protest would be delivered to the Canadians "because we don't want to delay Mr. Johnston any further." Second Sec- Inquest March 16 SPARWOOD (HNS) - The inquest into the