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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta y, Monti 25, 1970 THE UTHBRIDGE HUALO 23 ON HUNGER STRIKE Anne Briggs, a dishwasher at Toronlo's Hospital for Sick Children, in hotel lobby during her hunger strike, which began when she w a fired She claims she was fired because of her union activities ot the hospital. FAVOURITE PAINTS NOW AVAILABLE 20% Off LYLE'S 414 13th SI. N. Phone 328-3541 Srant Bail To Murder Suspects CALGARY (CP) Five of 13 mo'.orcyclisls charged with non-capital murder were grant- ed bail in Alberta supreme court. Two applications were refused. Bail of cash or prop- erty was set for: Barry Pyne, 2J, of Calgary; Daniel Adolph Toews, 23, of Linden; Ronald John Oliver Dale, 22; Kobert Paul Burton, 23; and James Erling Glabais, 18, all of Red Deer. Applications by Ronald Lam- bert Emkeit, 24, and Lou Irwin Emkeit, 20, both of Calgary, vere refused. The men were charged after Ronald George Hartley, 23, of Calgary was beaten to death on a road southeast of the city March 7. Also charged were: Davit! James Kunfz, 19; Douglas Bruce Agate, 53; Gary .Michae Paller, 19; George Stew a r Lowe, 27; Richard Lionel Roy 19; all of Calgary, and Andre; Dccorc, 20, of Red Deer. Milk Price Hike Goes To Court GREAT FALLS, MONT (AP) The Montana low-in come organization has filed su n district court here in an a tempt to block the April milk >rice increase. The retail pric s scheduled to ga up on th date by one cent a quart most marketing areas in tl state. A brief filed with the su complains tho increase woa conslitule an unjust and unfa jade practice. The price hi has been authorized by t Montana Milk Control Board. GOVERNMENT FIRST The first scientific census o! modern times was that taken in New France in 1C66. A GHOST TOWS Rhyolite, Nevada, which had a population of about in 1906, was a ghost torn by 1911. GLASSY SPHERES Moon dust, examined under Ihe electron microscope, snows minu'.c glassy spheres. LOT OF CUSTOMERS Ontario Hydro supplies elec- tric power to more than customers. WHALE OF A JOB GISBOHNE, N.Z. (neuters) About 60 sperm whales with a combined weight, of about tons were washed up on a beach near here. Officials did not know what caused tho teachings. The beer to-day BREWED RIGHT HERE IN ALBERTA. BOHEMIAN MAID BREWING COMPANY 'colour me red white and bluer (RECEIVE A BOX OF If you've already seen the handsome new Pepsi-Cola package, you'll have no trouble. If you haven't seen it-hetter get flown to the store! (And while you're at it, pick up a carton or Our new colours are on all Fepsi cans, coolers, vending machines and trucks. Start colouring! Bottled by CHINOOK BOTTLING LTD. acd I'ade of PepsiCo, Ir.c. "The Pepsi-Cola 'Red, .White and Blue' offer" 703 Box 6320, Montreal 101, P.O. Here's my colouring of your handsome new packagel Don't you just love ill Please send ms a box of 8 Crayola crayons.Thanks. NAME............ ADDRESS...... CITY.............. ;