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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Wednesday, March 17, 1971 Film won't be shown TORONTO (CP) - A CBC fictional film showing an Ontario Provincial Police officer letting two marijuana- smoking youths escape and losing his gun to a girl will not be shown because of OPP objections. Fletcher Markle, CBC drama chief, who made the decision not to show the film, said, "if one is going to involve an organization like the OPP, one must respect their image." The 24-rninute film costing $6,500 was made for the series Program X and was reproduced by the CBC and Zephyr Films. The OPP refused to specify its objections to the film. Film producer David Acomba said the OPP objected not only to the marijuana and gun scenes but also to the fact the officer had longish hair, was shown eating in his car and throwing away an apple core as he got out. Mr. A comb a said he blamed himself for lack of foresight in not having the officer 'a member of an anonymous force rather than the OPP. FIRST MILL The first mill to roll copper in the United States was erected by Paul , Revere at Canton, Mass., in 1801. Crime-busting prosecutor dies THOS. E. DEWEY Withdraw samples WASHINGTON (AP) - A razor blade manufacturer Was agreed under protest to quit distributing free samples of its product in newspaper advertising supplements. The decision by the American Safety Razor Division of P h i 1 i p Morris Co. followed a Federal Trade Commission report which said the plastic containers holding the blades are unsafe. MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) -Thomas E. Dewey, who rode a reputation as a crime-busting prosecutor to the New York state governor's mansion and nearly the White House, died Tuesday. He was 68. Officials said Dewey was found dead in a hotel room. He was released from a Miami hospital on Monday, officials said. Cause of death was not immediately determined, said a Dade County sheriff's department spokeman. Republicans twice nominated Dewey for president. He lost to Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1944 and to Harry S Truman in 1948. After the second defeat-a surprising upset-Dewey vowed he would never again seek the presidency. Dewey rolled up a spectacular record as a racket-buster, first as a federal prosecutor and later as Manhattan's district attorney. From district attorney he went to the governorship of New York state for three terms. Bank subsidiary loans increase OTTAWA (CP) - The Industrial Development Bank, a subsidiary of the Bank of Canada, put nearly $5 million last month into new and expanding businesses. The bank reported today its total of loans and investments rose to $515.4 million at the end of February, compared with $510.5 million at the end of January. The bank provides financing for new and expanding small businesses that cannot find financing elsewhere. REVELSTOKE 10 DAYS ONLY March 18 thru 27th WATER TANKS 30"x24"-8'10" Galvanized Metal. Regular 49.50. SPECIAL____ ALSO REVY STOCK TANKS In sizes 5' to 8' Diameter .95 8'x16' - CATTLE SELF FEEDER .00 SPECIAL (Free Delivery Within 50 Mile Radius) UTILITY FIR DIMENSION 2x4 to 2x12. SPECIAL, Per M ROUGH CONSTRUCTION SPRUCE .00 2"x6" and 2"x8"-16'. SPECIAL, Per M..... 110 Garbage Boxes 28'95 Garbage Cans A.95 Reg. 5.49. SPECIAL .....Tf Garbage Bags CQc 26"x36" ........ 10 for 1 CITATION WOODGRAIN PANELLING Choice of 7 Colors. i SPECIAL, � PER SHEET .............. H 1.49 4'x8'-5/32" PREFINISHED MAHOGANY Choice of 2 Colors, SPECIAL, PER SHEET............... [.49 4'x8' - 5/16" STANDARD PINE PLYWOOD Regular 3.75. SPECIAL, PER SHEET . . . 2 .99 PERFECT WOOD COMBINATION DOOR 2'8"x6'8"-l%". Regular 32.95. SPECIAL ...... 24 .95 ALUMINUM COMBINATION PREHUNG DOOR Includes all hardware 2'8"x6'8"-li/4", 2'10"x6*10"-lV4". Regular 35.95. SPECIAL 31 .95 SPECIALS IN OUR CARPET DEPT. Carpet Is Our Business-NOT A Sideline FIBERGLASS FIL0N PANELS 26"x96"-5 oz. . . 6.95 34"x96"-5 oz. . . 9.50 3 colors in stock in 8 and 10' lengths. 4'x8'-5/8" K-3 BOARD Ready-Mixed Concrete batched to job specifications... Well-built concrete floors are a great convenience in all farm buildings. Revelstoke Transit-Mix Concrete is Superior Becouse . . .  Mixes are designed by our engineers to meet and exceed A.S.T.M. specifications  Sand and gravel must meet C.S.A. specifications (All sand or gravel containing undesirable foreign matter is rejected)  Only clean water (suitable for human consumption) is used)  Modern equipment assures uniform mixed concrete to A.S.T.M. specifications throughout the whole pour  REVY'S Transit Mix Concrete is GUARANTEED to meet the P.S.I, strength ordered for any job. FREE ESTIMATES WITHOUT OBLIGATION PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW! 328-7262 Revelstoke Transit Mix J 16 OZ. ROCKET FIBERGLASS HAMMERS Regular 8.50. # qf SPECIAL .............. 0.7D POLYTHENE 2 MM-1500' Rolls SPECIAL 5.19 1 to SO 4.95. 50 or more. SPECIAL ..... 4-45 Store Hours: 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Mon. to Fri. - Sat. 8 a.m. -12 Noon Ervin H. Buck-Manager Clarence Mikalson-Assistant Manager Vie Dash-Hardware Manager Bob Harms-Carpet Division Manager GOLF BALLS 3 ,,85< EXTERIOR WHITE HOUSE PAINT 2Z� IN STOCK NOW Garden Tools, Garden Seeds and Grass Seed We Cut Keys SPECIAL BUILDING MATERIALS LIMITED 1602 3rd Avenue S., Lethbridge Phone 327-5777 REVELSTOKE HAS THE BUDGET TO FIT YOUR NEEOS! (TV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY MOVIE: The Thrill of It All, 6 p.m., Ch. 13: Doris Day and James Garner star in a 1963 satire on suburban domesticity. SPECIAL: A Little Bit of Irish, 7 p.m., Ch. 7: Bing Crosby hosts an on-location tribute to Ireland. DRAMA: The Allen Corn, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: A Somerset Maugham story about a young pianist who makes an ill* fated bargain with his father. With Stephen Sheppard. NATURE: Our Miraculous Muskeg, 8 p.m., Ch. 13: Photographer Edgar Jones visits Northern Alberta's muskeg swamps. DRAMA: Name of the Game, 8:30 p.m., Ch. 13: Richard Kiley and Pemell Roberts star in an episode dealing with a consumer crusader's clash with the canning industry. SPECIAL: Forever Amok, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: Third of four dramas on the modern family follows the exploits of a Don Juan who is causing havoc in a local welfare office. With Weston Garvin. VARIETY: Music Hall, 9 p.m., Ch. 9: Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme host a musical-comedy revue, with guests Sid Caesar, Barbara Feldon and Anne Meara. SPECIAL: William Lyon Mackenzie: Firebrand, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: Man at the Center recalls the 1837 Upper Canada Rebellion against the autocratic Family Compact. With Hugh Webster. THURSDAY MOVIE: The Wild Heart, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: A gypsy girl's superstitious nature brings conflict into her romantic life. Stars Jennifer Jones and David Farrar. MOVIE: Charley's Aunt, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: Jack Benny stars in the 1941 movie version of the Broadway comedy about a student who masquerades as a wealthy old woman. Trimbles Listings Programs are listed by the radio and television stations Any variation in program sheduff?* is due tg fns'-mmufo changes by the stations and is not tho responsibility of thr-Herald or TnmbJes Tire Supply. WEDNESDAY NIGHT 6 6:05 Dinner Showcase- 7: Bill Brown 8 7:00 Back Jo the Bible 9: 7:30 Voice of China 7:45 Musical Interlude 12 8:00 World Tomorrow 8:30-2:00 a.m. Simulcast 1 CHEC-FM THURSDAY j 5:30 Breakfast with Ron Rosvold CHEC * 50 Farm Show 30 News, Wthr., Sports :00 Major News 00 Music with George Ferguson :00 Total Information Hour :00 Music with Gerry Glvens :35 Stock Market :50 Sports, News, Wthr 4:00 Bill Brown CHEC FM 8:00 -nuc Tanner News Fifteen Minutes to The Hour MON. THRU THURS. News 15 minutes to the hour 6:00 John Henry Oliver 12:00 Bill Brown 1:0