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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Jazz pianist dies at 79 NEW YORK (AP) Willie (The Lion) Smith, 79, jazz pia- nist and composer knoun inter- nationally, died Wednesday night. Smith perfected Ws style of jazz in Harlem night clubs, influencing such other jazz greats as Count Basic, Art Tatum, Thelomus Monk and Duty Gillespie. Stride piano uas to named because the left hand shuttles between low notes and mid- range chords in an "oompah" pattern. TV HIGHLIGHTS loyal Order of Moose Easter Social and Dance Saturday, April 21st 9 p.m. Prizes for Easter Bonnets Music by the Bow River Orchestra MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY SPRING BLOSSOM FESTIVAL TOUR Double occupancy VICTORIA, Vancouver, Penticton, Banff, Jasper. MAY 5-10 days transportation and accomodation. SPRING CALIFORNIA TOUR MAY 18, double occupancy Reno, San Francisco, Disneyland, Palm Springs, Las Vegas. Book now Limited number of tickets available NORTHERN BUS TOURS PHONE 327-3536 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. SATURDAY DRAMA: "The Ten p.m., Ch. 7. Part II of this biblical spectacle. MOVIE MUSICAL: "Doctor 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Rex Hairnson stars in this Oscar-winning film fantasy. Film- ed in England and the British West Indies. PANEL: Front Page Challenge. 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Montreal radio station owner Gordon Sinclair Jr. joins the regulars. MOVIE DRAMA: "War and p.m., Ch. 7. First of a four-part series to be shown on consecutive Sat- urdays. Tolstoy's masterpiece took five jears to produce and cost millions. It is a Kussian movie set against a background of the Napoleonic Wars. CRIME DRAMA: Assignment: Viriina, 9 p.m., Ch. 11. Leslie Nielsen stars as an escaped convict bent on revenge and he marks Major Caldwell for murder. DOCUMENTARY: Outdoors Unlimited, p.m., Ch. 13. A trip from Vellowknife, NWT, to Coppermine, a small Eskimo village on the Arctic coast. MOVIE DRAMA: "Experiment In 12 midnight, Ch. 13. A thriller about a psychotic criminal who tries to blackmail a bank tiller into embezzling MOVIE DRAMA: a.m., Ch. 7. The story of the San Diego tuna fishing fleets and the reformation of a wayward youth. MOVIE DRAMA: "Eight O'clock 2 a.m., Ch. 13. A tale of the trial of a cab driver accused of murdering an 8-year-old child. SUNDAY RELIGION: Directions, 11 a.m., Ch. 11. Easter Mass is celebrated in New York's St. Patrick's Cathedral. SPORT: Stanley Cup Play-Offs, 1 p.m., Ch. 7. The Mon- treal Canadiens meet the Flyers in Philadelphia in the fourth MANAGER "SUCCESS THRU SERVICE" NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE FRANK TINORDI Phona 328-2356 1240 3rd Ave. S. STU SHORT! 327-4142 JAKE TAMS 328-6522 MARLENE PAUL 328-1459 BILL LAZARUK 328-7402 WARREN LYCKMAN 327-1472 JOHN PIETRAMAIA 328-2573 PEGGY TIM ROEIOFS GRISAK 327-5892 328-2266 JIM CICON 327-0476 NOT 8ARNABY 327-6683 i IES MARTIN 328-2464 fINAR STOKKE BRENDA DAWIEY 3284309 LAWRENCE SMITH 328-7970 BLOCK BROS. Open 9 to 9 Guaranteed home trade Canada Wide Service e Complete Financing Interest loom Home N R S. Catalogue Realtor 328-2356 NRS-MI.S. FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT PLAYING THIS WEEK AL JEROME STARTING NEXT WEEK DON PERRION THE VENTURA HOTEL COALDALE game of their series. The Canadiens lead two games to one. SPORT: Golf, p.m., Ch. 11. Final play in the Tour- nament of Champions for a first prize of SPECIAL: They Shall Arise. p.m., Ch. 7. A cele- bration of Easter with music by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and a message by Harold B. Lee, president of the Church. MOVIE COMEDY: "Don't Just St.md 5 p.m., Ch. 13. Robert Wagner and Mary Tyler Mcore in a farce about smuggling, gangsters and Pans cops. SPECIAL: Criss Award, 5 p.m., Ch. 11. Bob Hope and his wife are honored for their humanitarian endeavors in cere- monies taped in Burbank, Calif., and London, England. FAMILY: World of Disney, G p.m., Ch. 7. Carroll O'Con- nor as an unscrupulous Deddler and Jack Elam as a shady shfnff in "Ride a Northbound Horse ADVENTURE: The Protectors, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Political blackmail begins a wild game bunt that finds Harry Rule as the quarry. SPECIAL: A Man Whose Name Was John, 7 p.m., Ch. 11. Raymond Burr's performance highlights this drama as he portrays Angel D Roncalli who later became Pooe John XXIII. DOCUMENTARY: Mountbatten, p.m., Ch. 13. The Burma campaign and Mountbatten's role as Supreme Allied Commander in Southeast Asia are traced DRAMA: Purple Playhouse, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A Victorian drama absut a man with a prison record trying to overcome his past. MOVIE MUSICAL: "Has Anybody Seen My a.m., Ch. 7. A man bequeaths to the family of the girl, now deceased, who rejected his marriage proposal. MONDAY MOVIE DRAMA: 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Manipulat- ed in an image of rebellious youth by agents, managers and the press, a young pop singer tries to change into an inspira- tional leader of a world-wide evangelical crusade. U.S. IS ACCUSED OF STEALING RAIN MEXICO CITY (Reuter) Central America is in the grip of its worst drought in 30 years and one meteorologist has ac- SATURDAY NIGHT at the LEGION Vimy Lounge 'The Metros" Cabaret "The Frankly Brothers' MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY FROM HAMILTON, ONTARIO "Harmony Road" IN THE IMPERIAL LOUNGE AT THE PARK PLAZA APRIL 16-28 and MAY 7-19 FEATURING DONNA RAMSEY ARPEGGIO RECORDING ARTIST AND HER HUSBAND LEE ROY ANDERSON R.C.A. RECORDING ARTIST group will be toping the Tommy Hunter Show from April 30 to May 5th to be viewed on National Television two or three weeks later. GOOD and enjoy this fabulous group while you dine. We will be offering full services on Good Friday. cused the United States of steal- ing the region's rain. A state of emergency has been declared in Costa Rica j and Honduras and damage from the drought already totals million, said the secretar- iat of the six-nation Central American Common Market. Some geologists see a possible link between the drought and the earthquakes which frequently rock the isthmus. The head of El Salvador's meteorological service, Leopold Reyes, told reporters in San Salvador that U.S. scientific ef- forts to destroy or divert hurri- canes with chemicals are stop- ping the tail-end of the storms, with accompanying rain, from reaching Central America. The drought has caused crop losses from Panama to Mexico. Costa Rica declared a state of emergency in March and is ra- tioning water and electricity In Honduras, a similar declaration was made last month after ir- regular rain reduced the basic foodcroDS of maize and beans and hit sugar production and cattle-raising. Prof. Carlos Santos Duque, former dean of Nicaragua Uni- versity's engineering faculty, maintains that prolonged droughts cause earthquakes. He made this warning just before the quake that devastated the capital. Managua, in December and killed about 10.000 persons. He also noted that another tremor which ravaged the Nica- raguan capital in 1931 was pre- ceded bv a prolonged drought. 19-04-73 08.13aes BUILDING SLOW DARTMOUTH, NS. (CP) Building activity in Dartmouth for the first two months of 1973 is down considerably over the same period last year, says city council building inspector E. F. Osborne. Construction in 1972 to- talled million compared with million for this year. CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS lyiw Gerald Ear) f Jefin Tprmcml frank Doy-MiVe Jack Sunning Radio and TV Listings if CHEC Morley McGIII and Allan Bell Contemporary News; Doug Marvin Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News) Music We Remember Sunday Mornings SATURDAY Music We 6.00 Jack Neuteld Remember 12.00 Paul Tessler 12 00 News 12 05 Music We Remember 12.30 News 12 40 Sports 6 05 Buryl Clark 6 30 News 6.50 Farm 6 58 Cattle 7 00 News 7 30 News 40 Sports 8 00 News 8 25 Bob Hesketh News Hour 8 35 decline 10 00 Trading Post 11 00 Leo Dow 12 oo John Oliver SUNDAY 7.00 Leo Dow (Music We Remember) 7.30 Indian News Media 1.00 Dave King 8 00 News 6 00 Paul Tessler 8.05 Music to 7.00 People Gospel Rremember Hour 8-30 News 7-30 Back to God 8.35 Music We 8.00 Paul Fessler Remember MONDAY 8.45 Sports 6 00 News if CJOC if News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whitt, B.ll Matheson, Sport Brent and Don MatLean; Farm and Rrandi Doug Card. SATURDAY NIGHT 9.05 Memories MONDAY 5-40 Soorts George Brown News, Wthr, Sport 5.53 News 10 oo, 11 oo News 8 35 Phone Bill Show 6.00 Inside from the Sports, Wthr. 10.00 Joan Waterfield Outside 11.30 Sunday Magazine Jim Elliott Continental Holiday 12.30 News 11.00 Jack Thys 8-00 Stan Bailly 1-00 Beatle's Story 12 00 Probe 1220 Barry Hegland 2 00 John Charles Show 12.30 News, Wthr, Sport Cross Country News and Grain SUNDAY checkup Prices News 5.00 Jim Parsons Show Jack Thys 6.30 Atlantic Symphony 6 00 Show Case 7-00 Blackfoot Indian 7 00 Entertainers Program 9.00 Remember When Solo 10 00 Hour of Decision Sunshine Evangel 11-03 Concern 8-00 News Christian Sclenci 3 05 Johnny Walker 5 00 News 5 02 Johnny Walker 5 25 Sports 5.50 Local News 6 000 World at Six if CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY SATURDAY 6 a.m -12 noon i a m -12 noon Don McMaster Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m. Dell-0 12 noon-6 p rn 6 p m -10 p m. Don Hedman Don Hedman 6 p m.-l a m Dell-0 10 p.m -12 midnight SUNDAYS Concerts, Overtures 6 a.m -1pm and Encores Concerts, Overtures (Bob Concie) and Encores CBR Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGH1 1-30 Men of Brass 2 00 Metropolitan Opera 6 10 The Demand Side 6 30 Symphony Hail 8 30 CBC Stage Canadian Concert Hall 10-03 Anthology 11.03 Music Alive 12.03 Just Jazz SUNDAY 7.05 Sunday Morning (Bob Concie) 12pm The Hour (German program) 26pm Don Hedman 6 p m 12 midnight Concerts, overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) at Children's Stories 8.05 Sunday Morning 9.05 Sunday Magazine 10.03 Sunday Supplement 10 59 Time Signal 11-05 capital Report 12 00 Ne.vs 12 03 Quebec Now Philadelphia 3.40 Cross Country Check-Up 5 03 Rebound 6-03 Entertainers Overtime 8.10 Sound of Sports Regional Orchestras 3 03 Bob Kerr 10 00 Gilmoyr's Albums 4 00 BBC MON'DAY 5 30 Warm Up 6 05 Eye Opener 8 00 World at 8 8 05 Calgary Opener 9 00 World at 9.13 This Country 10 59 Time Signal 12 03 Radio Noon 1 55 Stoctmarket 2 03 Easter Music 2 30 Max Ferguson The Bush and the 4 05 Home Run Salon 5 30 News 12.03 Wa ner's Waxworks 6.00 World at Six The lethkidge Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! -Reaching over Lethbridge and district readers bi-monthly. DONT BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! We submit our records to the regular scrutiny of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation prac- tices to the discipline of their regulations! Next Chinook May 1. (Advertising Deadline is April 25th) CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION) CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Coblevision Ch. 6) 00 Movie. Ten Com- Thy Shall mandments (Pt. 2) NHL 8 00 Front Page Challenge 8-30 Movie- War and Peace 10-30 Country 11 00 News News 11 300 Tommy Banks 12.00 Movie Chubasco SUNDAY 7 30 Pmocchio 8 00 Gospel Hour 9.00 Niven Miller 9 30 Sunday Hour 10 00 Faith for Today 10 30 Pet Set 10..4S TBA 11.00 Reach for the Top 11.30 Agriculture Today 12 00 Claire Olsen 3.30 Youth Confrontation 4.00 Love 4-30 Country Canada 5 00 Audubon Irish Rovers 6 CO World of Disney Beachcombers 7-O) Black Beauty 8.03 Julie Andrews 9-00 Sunday at 10 00 Weekend 11-00 News 11 15 Nations Business 11.20CJOC News 11-30 Sunday Hour 12 00 Movie. Has Any- body Seen My MONDAY 7-00 Pinicchio 7 30 Wizard of Oz 8 00 News, Farm and City 8 30 Audubon 9 03 Jean waterfield 9 30 Mr Dressup 10 00 Holiday Film 10 30 Friendly GianJ 10 45 Chez Helene 11.00 Sesarre Street 12 00 Lassie 12 30 Luncheon Date 1 00 Let's Make a Deal 1 30 Truth or Consequences 2 00 Klara's Corner 2 30 Ed Allen 3 00 Take 30 3 30 Edge of Night 4 00 Family Court A 30 Drop In 5 oo Hollywood 5-30 CJOC News 6 00 Time Out CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cableviston Ch. 4) SATURDAY NI6HT 6 00 News 6 10 Oil Report 6 30 Kmgo Bingo 7 00 Movie- Dr. DooliHle 10 00 Missing Link 10 30 Outdoors Unlimited 11.00 News News 11.30 Know Your Sports Double Bill 1 Experiment In Terror 2, Eight O'clofc WalK SUNDAY 7.40 Thought for Day 4-H Clubtime S 00 University of the Air 8-30 People's Church 9.30 Rev. Solbreckken 10 00 Day of Discovery 10 30 Oral Roberts Under Attack 12.00 Rex Humbard 1-00 Market Place 1 30 Debate 2-00 Rural Report 2 30 Pentecost Presents 3.00 David and Gcli- ath's Easter Pro- gram 3-30 Pendulum 4.00 Untamed World 4.30 Garner Ted Armstrong VONDAY 5 55 Thought for Day 4 00 University of Air 6 30 Romper Room 7 oo Canada A M. 8 30 Uncle Bobby 9 00 Community Calendar 9.05 Fashions In Sewing 9 15 NFS 9 30 Trouble with Tracy S-.OO Movie: Don't Just 10 00 Supermarket Stand There 10 30 Yoga Live Let Them 7-00 The Protectors 7.30 Mountbailen 11 00 Pieve 11 30 Life Style 12 00 Eye Be! 12 30 Family Affair 1.03 Movie Privilege 9.30 A Touch of Grace 2 30 Somerset 10-00 WS News 11 25 Oil Report Question Period 12 00 Merv GriHm 3 00 Another World 3 30 what's Jhe Good Word 4 oo A-iythmg You Can Do 4.30 Buckshot KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) SATURDAY The Walsons Easter Special 7.00 Mary Tyler Moore 7 30 Dick Van 8.00 Movie: The Honey Pot 10 30 News Movie: Strangers m 7A SUNDAY 7-00 Archies 7 30 Harlem Globe- trotters S 00 Urrto My Feet News 8.30 Day p! OiKovery 11-45 9 OT Kathryn IWhlrrum MONDAY 9.39 Face Nation our World 10 00 ConsifltalSon e Salute Agriculture 10 30 Meet Today Show Face the State 11.39 Carroll College 12.00 Young People's Concert NHL Sports Illustrated 00 Sixty Minutes Lossie Adam 12 S.30 World -jf Disney Winnie Pooh 8 00 Mystery Movie 1000 MASH 8 00 Today in Montana 8 30 Pyramid 00 Sale cl the Century 9 30 Hollywood Squares ID 00 Jeopardy 10 C5 Who. What, Where 10 55 11 00 Baffled 11 30 As the World 12 00 Nevis U 35 1 W Another World 1 30 Hollywood Talking 2 K> Secret S'crm 2 33 Wlite Douq'as 4 00 Jsur's Wild 4 35 I jews i 00 News 5 KFBB-TV Great falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) SATURDAY WIGHT S 00 Animal Wartd 5 30 Lime People 6 DO Sonny Chef 7 DO JuBe AnSrws 8 00 We Go 8 3D Touch Grata K> Men 10 00 Circle of Feur 11 OD 11.15 ?Jcws 11.30 Seller Games SUNDAY t 3D Farm from Patrick S 8 30 jack Cathrdral 2 15 Howard 2.30 GoU f 30 Mart S DO Gold MesJal Sc 5 30 This U Your Ufe Lawrence Weik 7 00 Portrait A OD Audrey 3D Galloping Gourmet 10 00 Ytnma Rts'lrw ID 30 for S M Three en a Couch 10 B3bby Grttebo-o 7 3D This )s Life t OD 3D Hour 35 A With ID W Cvrjosltv StiOD 11 OD tstffr Hi ts News, 11 DD All Try Children Mann ;o LM Make a Deal 15 tit) Ntwlywed 12 30 i tio General Hospital 1 30 Ow Lift 2 03 Our Uvci 2 39 Dinah i 3 m on 9 Billy James MarjiH 3 3D Oalmg WWWOAV t 2S farm News OD second t 30 5 7 CD Captain Kangaroo i 30 E 03 News OD COALDALE LITTLE THEATRE PRESENTS 'BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE' by Leonard Gershe with Jean Graham David Mann Kaye Robison Frank Huszar Yates Memorial Centre Ml tickets Reserved ijU 1 AP L Adult Entertainment April 24th, 25th BOX office win be open at Yates Centre Daily 840 P.M. to o.m. to S p.m. ;