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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Frl., Jan. 25, 1974 wau 0 By Leonard Lyons NEW YORK Albanian- born photographer Gjon Mill, whose pictures of the Water- gate hearings appear in Life magazine's special report, "The Year in Pictures, said he was "most impressed with both Uncle Sams uncle Sam Ervin and Uncle Sam, the government, and its successful democratic Art forger Elmyr de Hoyer had 250 of his imitation Picas- so and Matisse lithographs stolen from his Ibiza island villa. He warned art dealers to be on guard for the fakes. Tony Church, who plays John 'of Gaunt in the Royal Shakespeare Company's pro- duction of "Richard II" at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, says the famous line: "This blessed plot of earth, this England When the company arrived here last month, they brought along an authentic prop a coffee can of soil. Thus, when Church recites that line, he's holding up real English earth. Impressionist David Frye, who opened at Jimmy's this week, developed imitations of 17 new political figures during the past few months. When asked if anyone else worked that fast, Frye replied: "Only God. He made two people in just six days." Jacqueline Susana will in- troduce the new singer who calls himself "The Luv Ma- chine" named after her best-selling novel when he opens at the Persian Room Feb. 11. Lotte Lenya, who tried to kill James Bond in the movie "From Russia With by kicking him with poison dag- gers in her shoes, will be honored for her deft footwork by Florida State university next month when she presents the awards at the school's Junior Olympic Fencing Championships. The Bedford-Stuyvesant Po- lice Athletic League will be given a 'special screening of "The Super Cops" which was filmed in that part of Brook- lyn last year. Johnny Andrews, the pian- ist-fiinger, at the Gaslight Club, was once a weatherman for WCBS-TV and said he was only once mistaken in his forecasts: "I received a letter from a viewer who wrote: 'Just thought you'd like to know I spent this morning shoveling away ten inches of what you predicted would be overcast skies' Ernestine Jackson, star of received a fan let- ter from a convict in an up- state prison, informing her she has been named the insti- tution's Pin-up Queen. Metropolitan Opera star Richard Tucker is also a can- tor, and had to learn Bizet's "Panis-Angelicus" for a reli- gious album. The tenor was unsure about the correct pro- nunciation of some Latin words and met with Cardinal Cooke. His Eminence later said: "Where, but in America, would a Cardinal give 'profes- sional advice' to a RESTAURANT Sunday Buffet Kids under 12 Help yourself to 4 DELICIOUS ENTREES 16 Tasty Salads 2 Hot Vegetables Bread Butter Beverage PHONE 365-9441 Couldn't Call Young Baboons 'Babies' HOLLYWOOD, Calf. Un- til jusl recently it was a no- no to call young baboons You needn't limit it to baboons, liushing over baby" elephants, lions or Leonard Lyons Dudley. costar. of "Good was at Jus- tin's and said he was "amazed by the ferociousness, dexterity and versatility of the Miami the Super Bowl winners. "They're all great athletes. Give them two years of hard said the English actor, "and they just might become cham- pions of the British Rugby League, too." "Let My People the musical at the Village Gate by Earl Wilson, jr., will have a San Francisco production in March. Maurice Chevalier's Paris home, which was to be turned over to the French govern- ment to meet tax require- ments, will be converted into a museum instead. Lawyers for the late entertainer's es- tate discovered he had proper- ty, money and securities in other countries. When John Rubinstein, star of sings on a forth- coming TV special, Broad- way, My his orches- tra will be led by Arthur Rubinstein namesake of John's father, the pianist. In an upcoming issue of Gallery magazine, author Mickey Spillane says the first thing he learned about writing was what not to say: "Every time I read a novel by a new writer, they get carried away by their own typewriter. You can cut what they write in half. Spillane recalled picking up an old copy of a magazine and reading a story he liked, but which seemed familiar. "I checked the name of "the au- thor and realized I'd written it years one of my pen names." Joanne Woodward, who won the N. Y. Film Critics' Circle Best Actress Award for her performance in "Summer Wishes, Winter was honored this week by the American Film Institute. The movie inaugurated the Insti- tute's "Portrait of Women in Films" series. Wape Will Work Long as Possible LONDON (UPI) John Wayne, 66, last week said he jeeps working because he needs the money. 'I seem to be able to make it but not to keep said Wayne, adding he has no plans for re- tirement. "I'll keep working as long as they want me." The visit, his first to Britain in 10 years, was for an appear- ance of a Glen Campbell tele- vision special. 2501 Williams Blvd. Theater Time For Friday PARAMOUNT "Magnum Saturday matinee ".Mag- num Shorts -2. IOWA "The Long Goodbye" WORLD "Instinct for Sur- TIMES "Last Tango in PLAZA "Walking Saturday matinee "Walk- ing STAGE 1 "American Graf- Saturday matinee "Ameri- can STAGE 2 "Ash Wednesday" Saturday matinee "Ash STAGE 3 "The Way We Saturday matinee "The Way We STAGE 4 "Papillon" 7, Saturday matinee "Papil- EASTOWN 1 Saturday matinee EASTOWN 2 "The Seven- Saturday matinee "The MARION Features at 11, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11. Five-Year-Old's TV Series Gets Court Approval LOS ANGELES (UPI) Five- year-old Rodney Allen Rippy, an overnight show business suc- :ess as a cute kid stuffing a lamburger into his mouth in television commercials, went to court last week to get a judge's approval to star in a TV series and make records. Under California law, con- tracts involving child enter- tainers must be approved by the court. Superior Court Judge Jack Ryburn approved a con- tract with VSC Enterprises to make a pilot for a TV series en- titled at to Rodney for the pilot, and a seven-year option at a show. The recording contract pays 1 percent of the retail record price to Rodney. Rodney shouted when the judge approved the terms. "I like being a movie star." 30 YEARS AGO German Field Marshal Kesselring threw nine divisions, representing an estimated men, against the Allies along a 30-mile line running from four miles north- east of Casino to the Tyrrhenian sea. 2nd BIG WEEK THE FIRST XXX RATED MUSICAL! WORLD'S GREATEST ALL-STAR CAST. AT REGULAR PRICES SINGLES COUPLES even dogs and cats would have drawn raised eyebrows and grumbles from most animal behavioral scientists. According to these scient- ists, young animals shouldn't be called babies. In the ease of dogs, they're called pups; young lions are cubs, and so on. Baboons, anil oilier mem- bers of the ape family, have no special name for their young, however, and so scient- ists have only referred to them as infants. But "babies" never! At least, not until re- cently. Now, most animal behavior- ists have come to agree that newly-born baboons may be called babies, but that this title should be switched to "infants" after they're a week or two old. Small Point It seems a small point, but illustrates the lengths to which science seems to go, perhaps unintentionally, to isolate itself from popular understanding. Not -all scientists are so siniight-laced. Rimed ist Jane Goodall, for one, feels the behaviorisls carry mat- ters too far in thicr insist- ence fliat no human attributes be given to animal behavior. As a result, there may be an "unscientific" reference or two on her television special, "The Baboons of which ABC-TV will present on Friday, February 1, 7-8 p.m., on this season's entry in the "Jane Goodall and the World of Animal Behavior" series. Strangely, the words which all scientists Miss Goodall included agree should be avoided when describing ani- mal behavior, are such posi- tive emotions as "love" and "happy." Affectionately "We can say that a mother baboon behaved affectionately toward her young Miss Goodall said. "But we really have no idea what she's feel- ing, and so it wouldn't nec- essarily be accurate to say tliat she loved her offspring, or that the two of them were happy together." "Anger" is another term which behaviorists usually don't utilize when describing a n i m a 1 emotions. However, some behaviorists balk at simply using describe a knock-down, drag- out fight between two baboons or any other animals. In such instances, they contend that more than animal instincts are involved. The one emotion in which there is general agreement among scientists that a human behavior term might properly be used is "fear." Nervous Uncertainly The reason is self-evident, as can be seen in the program when several baboons huddle together in nervous uncertain- ty before the challenge of a strange baboon from another troupe. It seems quite obvious that their antics are not mere- ly instinctual, but lluit they are afraid. The Baboons of Gombe" was photographed, produced and directed by Hugo van La- wick and written by Hud Wi- ser anil Marshall IP.H. CINEMA! Roar once again with the original movie cast 13 dirty-tricks squad tha even tha regular cops are afraid of! TONITE OPEN SAT. SUN. 2 P.M. ELLIOTT GOULD, Elliott Gould plays Philip Marlowe, a hard-bitten, private eye- Hi! I'm high-powered director Robert Allman, and I'm here filming mylalest high-powered movie. 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