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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 - THI LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Saturday, March 20, 1*71 385 workers laid off TORONTO (CP) - Massey-Ferguson Ltd., which began laying off about 2,750 workers at its United States and Canadian plants last month because of the current economic slowdown, laid off 385 employees at its Brantford, Ont., foundry Friday. At the same time, the company announced it will resume assembly work and recall about 400 workers next week. Another 100 assembly workers will be TAPE SALE Rrgular JP QC $7 95 O.JJO MUSICLAND Cor 13th St. and 3rd Ave S recalled during the week beginning April 5. Combine-plant operations will resume March 29 on a single-shift basis with 550 workers recalled that week. The layoffs started Feb. 22 and have continued during the three weeks since. The 2,750 workers laid off represented nearly half the work force of 4,450 at four Canadian and two U.S. locations. Massey-Ferguson, one of the world's major manufacturers of farming equipment and one of Canada's largest corporations, had a loss of $19.7 million in the year ended last Oct. 31, and retail sales this year have fallen below forecast levels. "high voltage drama" London daily mirror "relentless force and vigour" London vaily express "smashingly produced, written and directed" london daily uail london daily express "holds millions in their armchairs week by week" -Keith Michell's portrait of Henry... a television classic" london daily sketch "The six cofoes op cm" A series of six brilliant 90 minute Television plays. Sunday evenings March 21 through April 25. 9:00-1O30pm CBC Television SATURDAY SPORTS: Hockey. 6 p.m.. Cb. 7: The New York Rangers take on the Toronto' Maple Leafs. VARIETY: Pearl Bailey, 8:30 p.m., Ch. 11: Guests include Sarah Vaughan, Debbie Reynolds and jazz pianist Erroll Garner. Network sweeps out TV programs presented fcy NEW YORK (AP) - The Columbia Broadcasting System cancelled the Ed Sullivan television show and its entire lineup of rural comedies in the most sweeping new fall schedule in the history of the network. The Sullivan show, completing 23 years on CBS, will not return to the Sunday night hour it has occupied since the network had only five stations stretching from Boston to Baltimore. Sullivan will produc� six to 10 specials next season, but it was not known at this time whether he will appear in any of them. In all, CBS will cancel 13 shows at the end of this season. The network will add eight new shows and renew 17 for next year. Only four shows will remain in their present time periods. CUT BY HALF-HOUR CBS will program from 7:30 p.m. until 10:30 p.m. on Sundays and Tuesdays and from 8 p.m. until 11 p.m. on o t h e r nights. The cuts result from the prime time access rule of the Federal Communicat ion 'Commission, cutting half an hour from network schedules each night. The shows being cancelled are Sullivan, Jim Nabors, Andy Griffith,Lassie, Hogan'sHeroes, Mayberry RFD, Beverly Hillbillies, Green Acres, Hee Haw, Men At Law, To Rome With Love, Family Affair and The Interns. New shows are Cave's County, a contemporary western with Glenn Ford; Cannon, a private detective drama with William Conrad; The Chicago Teddy Bears, a prohibition spoof starring Dean Jones; O'Hara, U.S. Treasury, a drama with David Janssen; The CBS Friday Movie, 90-minute original dramas; Funny Face, a comedy about a student model with Sandy Duncan; The Dick Van Dyke Show, a comedy about a television talk show host, and Rod Taylor, in a western that is untitled at present. A new two-hour CBS Reports will alternate once a month with the CBS Friday night movie and Sixty Minutes will become a weekly feature at 6 p.m. Sundays in conjunction with the evening news. Broadway producer dies at 68 YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y. (AP) - Leland Hayward, the flamboyant Broadway producer of such long-running hits as South Pacific and Mister Roberta, and co-producer of The Sound of Music, died at his borne. He was 08. He bad spent most of February in New York Hospital, under going surgery twice in connection with a long illness. Long before he ever produced a Broadway play, Hayward established himself as a legendary figure in Hollywood and the entertainment world as a hard-bargaining, fast-talking agent for actors and writers. He helped shape the careers of such stars as Katharine Hepburn, James Stewart, Judy Garland, Clark Gable, Henry Fonda and Fred Astaire. * You have (so does the Boss and Landlord) Your Alberta Government has a law that spells out your individual rights in working, looking for work, renting a suite, obtaining a room in a hotel or motel, or good service in a restaurant. Jit The law says an employer can only ask certain questions ^ when he talks to you about a job. Landlords cannot refuse to rent just because of your RACE, RELIGIOUS BELIEFS, COLOUR, ANCESTRY OR PLACE OF ORIGIN. Hotels, motels and restaurants cannot turn you away for any of those reasons either. But -Your boss or boss-to-be, landlord or the hotel, motel and restaurant operators also have rights under Alberta's laws. Their concerns have to be considered too! That way, rights work for everybody. Know YOUR Rights -and the OTHER FELLOW'S fRii UTtmURi For Free Literature spelling it all out send this coupon to the people who make human rights work: IT' e HUMAN RIGHTS BRANCH, Alberta Department of Labour, Room 1007,10808 - 99th Ave,, EDMONTON, Alberta. Please send me full information on Alberta's Human Rights Regulations. Name.............................................................. Address............................................................ Town or City................................ Zone.................. "I Code system helps machines sort mail OTTAWA (CP) - A new postal-zone coding system in Canada will eniblo itiohines to be used for sorting 75 per cent of the mail, but won't eliminate 75 per cent of workers in the sorting rooms. David Orlikow (NDP-Winnipeg North) asked in uie Commons Friday whether postal unions had been consulted on the post office's plan to introduce the new coding system. Jean-Pierre Cote, minister in charge of the post office, said the 75 - per - cent-figure had been misinterpreted. Introduction of the new code-a mixture of three letters and three digits-would make it possible for machines to be used in sorting 75 per cent of the mail VARIETY: Glen Campbell, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Don Rickles, Burl Ives and Canadian singer /Anne Murray. MOVIE: The Misfits, 7:30 p.m., Ch. t: Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe in their last movie, an Arthur Miller work about four rootless people. VARIETY: Flip Wilson, S p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Bob Darin, lily Tomlin and Muhammad All, making his variety debut. \ ' ' MOVIE: Pepe, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: Mexican comedian Cantin-flas stars as a naive ranch foreman who visits Hollywood. With Dan Dailey and Shirley Jones. MOVIE: The Killers, 9 p.m., Cb. 13: A 1965 drama based on Ernest Hemmingway's short story about two gangsters hired to kill a former robber. With Lee; Marvin. SPECIAL: Burt Bacharach, 9 p.m., Ch. 11: Joining com-poser Bacharach are Bar bra Streisand, Rudolf Nureyev and Tom Jones. MOVIE: Bridge on the River Kwal, 11:49 p.m., Ch. 13: A battalion of British soldiers is ordered to build a strategic bridge for'the enemy. With Alec Guinness. MOVIE: Genghis Khan, 12:30 a.m., Ch. 7: Omar Sharif stars in a 1985 international version of the life of the 12th-century Mongol conqueror. SUNDAY SPORTS: Hockey, 1 p.m., Ch. 9: The Detroit Red Wings take on the Chicago Black Hawks. VARIETY: Engelberi Humperdlnck, 2:30 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Jonathan Winters, Dusty Springfield and Buddy Greco. YOUTH: New Majority, 4 p.m., Ch. 7: Included is a segment on the psychology of adult games. MOVIE: Maybe I'll Come Home in the Spring, 5:30 p.m., Ch. 13: A woman, unhappy with suburbia, is disillusioned with the drug culture of the hippies. With Sally Field. CHILDREN'S: World of Disney, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: Rerun of a two-parter on Robert Louis Stevenson's classic adventure, Kidnapped. With James MacArthur (of Hawaii Five-O). MOVIE: Goodbye Charlie, 7 p.m., Ch. 11: Debbie Reynolds and Tony Curtis star in a 1964 bawdy farce about a lecherous male reincarnated as a luscious female. SPECIAL: The Wives of Henry VII, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: Opener of a six-part, BBC-produced series on the six wives of the strong-willed King of England. Tonight's segment deals with his first wife, Catherine of Aragon, and his growing infatuation with Anne Boleyn. Stars Keith. Mitchell, Annette Crosbie and the acclaimed Dorothy Tutin as Anne. PUBAFFAIRS: W5, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: Scheduled, a report on the production of pornography in San Francisco. DRAMA: Marcus Welby, 10 p.m., Ch. 13: Craig Stevens and his wife Alexis Smith portray a couple so involved with each other they estrange their 13-year-old daughter. MOVIE: Killer With a Silk Scarf, Midnight, Ch. 7: A child tries to evade her mother's murderer. With Susanne Uhlen. MONDAY MOVIE: Portrait of Jennie, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: Story of a disillusioned painter and the extraordinary young girl he loves. With Jennifer Jones and Joseph Cotten. MOVIE: 13 West Street, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: Brutally beaten by young toughs, a scientist decides to take the law into his own hands. With Alan Ladd. INTERVIEW: J. J. Greene,.4 p.m., Ch. 13: Pierre Ber-ton talks with the federal minister of energy and resources about how a heart attack changed the politician's life. AREA OF UJ.S.R. The Soviet Union has an area of about 8,649,821 square miles. LARGELY FOREST Nearly 70 per cent of British Columbia is forested. LABOR � -- Southern Alberta 3 Handicap Swaapstak* Tickata at �2.00 aach. Yib Coili Wia These Prizes..... Holdarof Winning Horse........... 115.000 Holdar of Sacond Horaa ......... 2,000 Holdarof Third Horta............ 1,800 Holdar of Fourth Horaa........... 1,600 Holdar of Fifth Horsa............ 1,200 45 Sub�crlb�r� to Shara In....... 3,400 S25.000 ! Nam*. Address. s City.-..........____Zona No.. i Prov_______________Phone. (REMITTANCE MUST ACCOMPANY COUPONI , Trimbles Listings ProqmrriS nrn lisf**H by tbr� rtirlio nnrf trlpvivon '.fni.->-�>. Any variation m prmirtim sboduli" > *, (Km- to In'.' -r-.-ul* chnrujes by t ! i� �.t-it-nn^ niul i\ not 'bp n c) 10:00 This is the Life 10:30 Christophers 10:45 Sacred Heart Program 11:00 Direction! 11:30 Issues and Answers 9:00 12:00 NBA - Baltimore at Phllldelphla 9:30 2:15 American 10:00 Sportsman (c) 10:30 3:00 Sunday Matinee 11:00 3:30 Comment 11:30 4:30 Sunday Matinee 12:00 5:30 Odd Couple 12:30 6:00 FBI 1:00 7:00 Movie: 1:30 Goodbye Charlie 2:00 9:15 High Chaparral 2:30 10:15 News 10:30 Jackie Gleason 3:00 MONDAY 3:30 6:25 Farm News -1:00 6:30 News 4:30 7:00 Capt. Kangaroo 5:00 8:00 Dinah's Place (c) 5:30 8:30 Jack LaLanna 6:00 Sale of the Century Galloping Gourmet Audrey A World Apart All My Children Make a Deal (c) Newlywed Game News Secret Storm (c) One Life to Live Memory Game (c) Love Is a Many Splendored thing Dark Shadows General Hospital That Girl Bewitched Dating Game News Ed Sullivan (e) ;