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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Wuehiesclciy, December 16, 1970----------------------- Four drnw life senluiices only hope is to break out of jaiP CALGAHY (CI'l Hiilph Coclirane. who has spent more than half his 4U in juii, told magistrate's court Tuesday bis only hone was to break out of prison. "II doesn't matter what sen- tence you give me; there's no Fertile station gets go-ahead OUTGOING AND INCOMING The Metropolitan Opera Association Wednesday an- nounced that Goeran Gentle, right, general manager and director of the Royal Opera House, Stockholm, will succeed Rudolph Bing, left, the present general manager of the Met, on Sing's retirement June 30, 1972. The two men are shown at The Metropolitan Opera in New York. OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Radio Television Com- mission announced Tuesday it has approved a new AM radio rebroadcasting station at Fer- nie, B.C., by East Kootenay Broadcasting Co. Ltd. The station would rebroadcast the signal from East Koote- CKEK at Cran- Meanwhile, an application by Eyeopener Newspaper and Communications Ltd. to take over Radio Station CHFM-FM in Calgary was approved. Tlie CRTC granted a licence to the new operator for five years. It denied a similar applica- tion by a company to be incor- represented by Wilfred Allan Sennett to take over the station. Quality F. M. Ltd.. operator of CHFM-FM, last March 25 was told by the CRTC that its licence to brcadcast would be renewed only until Dec. 31, 1970. hope fur ir.c except to escape.'1 Minutes later Magistrate L. A. .Jnsta.son sentenced Coch- ranc and three companions to life imprison ment for Ulc armed robbery of a Canadian Imperial of Commerce. The men, Hubert (tollman. 38, of Edmonton, Mickey llleboff, 25. of Kamsacli, Sask., and George Leclerc, 30. of Montreal earlier pleaded guilty to the robbery and were also wanted for escaping Nov. 25 from the penitentiary at Prince Albert. Coclirane, from Vancouver, said that 10 years ago in Kingston Penilentary lie be- came a "marked man be- cause I was once in a dormi- tory where a prison guard was murdered and I spent two years in solitary confinement." "Since then, prison has done nothing for me nothing. 1 am given nothing in there, no consideration whatsov On my last sentence I served 10 years solid and I didn't get one day's prc-release or didn't even see a (social) worker before I came out." "I was just thrown out en the street with in a strange city that I didn't come from. "And that's the way my life has been there's no hope for me except to escape." To Cornwall BOW ISLAND (Special) Mrs. Ken Schmidt has left fcr a month's holiday at Cornwall. Ont. She will be the guest of her daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. William Bruce SPROUTING BUTTON, England (CP) Arne Borgnes and his wife found the perfect name for their house when they moved into Kssex from Brussels. The Borg- nes with their five children ap- propriately named it "Brussels Sprouts." Magistrate Justason said the court lias no jurisdiction over administration within the pri- son. "The function of the court ends with adjudgment of the penalty. "These are matters for the prison committees. Before imposing sentence, he said the prisoners were "men- aces to society." Three of the men were ar- rested minutes after the rob- tery Nov. 27 but Coclirane es- caped and was not apprehended until Dec. 5 after another bank robbery. All except Cocnrane had been convicted oT previous prison breaks. PAINTER DIES CAGNES-SUR-MER, France (AP) French expressionist painter Henri Davring died here. He was 70. OPEN WED., DEC 16th ad 23rd TILL 6 P.M. CHAIRS with decorator color Pile Seats Regular 15.88. EACH .64 BRADFORD ELECTRIC Regular 12.94. SAVE 2.50 EACH ANTIMONY METAL BOXES in various shapes The ideal gift for Milady ,27 EACH BUFFET FRY PANS Features tiigfi-dome styling, temperature BEB.sn.3i control, teal-resistant handles. Fully immersiole. Avocado tr Gold. 15' Our HAIR DRYER Lightweight, portable hair dryer with infinite heat control. White, simulated 1 C 77 leather case. J_t) PHILIPS 3-SPEED MIXERS Dependable "Piiilips" miner mi bowl set with 3 speeds lor all inning joijs, easy-clean besler-cjsclai. Soft Whisper in Santa's Ear! ZELLER'S "WEE ONES" GIFTS REG. TO A.CUDDLY LACE JUMPSUITS For 12 to 24 mos. Lacey, ons piece jumpsuit with long sleeves, zip front, pointed collar. Fully washable. Pink or yellow 4.33 ea. B. LACEY 2-PCE DIAPER SETS For 6 to 18 mos. Pink or yellow Hocked nylon. Top with short, puffed sleeves, Peter Pan collar; short pants. Machine-washable 3.33 set C. CUTE 2-PCE ROMPER SETS For B to 18 mos. Easy-care romper set with 4-button, long- sleeve shirt, short zip-front romper. Machine-washable Blue, set D. FRILLY DRESS For 6 to 18 mos. For Santa's best little pis Party-time dressesofwashable nylon. Attached slip, lacB-panelled-hem. Pink or Yellow.........3.33 ea. E. KNIT PANT DRESS For 6 to 30 months. Groovy fa babies. Long sleeve knit dress ing fiare pants in Pink and Turq (Similar to illustration) F. "DACRON" DRESSES For 6 to 18 mos. Festive fashion togs for tots Piok or yellow dresses of easy-care Decorative embroidery and lace- trim ..........3.33 ea, 2-LBS. ASSORTKI) CHOCOLATES ZellEfs Best! Scrumptudus assortment of light ni dark chocolates with hard and suit centres, juicy cherries and nuts. A giuranteed-to-please holiday treat! GIFT-PRICED 1 97 BOX YOU MAY WIN one of 7 Trips for 2 to MEXICO via CONTEST INFORMATION Trip includes sir fare for 2, iccorriorfjlirjj in t ftidini Meiict City liotel for 8 days. 7 f plus an exlri spending illowjnce. Check your Zelltr Store lor full details! located in South lothbriclcje Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath ...Retailers To Thrifty Canadians Drive, Open Daily 9 a.m. lill 6 p.m. (Including Wednesday) Thursday and Friday till 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 ;