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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurtdiy, February 20, 1975-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-7 Factory, office jo bs Apes suggested for worker role MILWAUKEE, Wis. (AP) Gary Nosacek wants to free the apes. Nosacek, a sophomore at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, is the self i proclaimed founder of the Free the Apes Movement, also known as the Ape Libera- tion Army. He and his followers, including atjout 20 in Milwaukee and a like number in a Normal, 111., chapter, want to take apes, gorillas and baboons out of zoos and cages SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Walt Disney's "HERBIE RIDES AGAIN" in color. Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, February 20, 21, 22. Thursday show at p.m. FAMILY. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "MY NAME IS NOBODY" starring Henry Fonda and Terence Hill. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, February 20, 21, 22. Thursday show at p.m. ADULT. TABER-Tower Theatre GREAT GATSBY" starring Robert Redford and Mia'Farrow. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, February 20 21, 22. Thrusday shows at and p.m. to take over man's drudgery in factories, offices and homes. "We believe there are many jobs apes can he says. "It's been proven over and over." Nosacek, who envisages apes doing all sorts of unskill- ed labor from riot control to cleaning sewers, produces piles of news clippings about apes picking blackberries and painting in Portland, Ore., or serving as bartenders in the Netherlands. "Mostly 'they just pour he says. "No com- plicated drinks or anything." RECORD NEAR WOLVERHAMPTON, Eng- 4 For Your Musical Listening I Entertainment he El Rancho presents J In the Aztec Lounge A "TOM PAPROSKI" I In the Outrider Tavern "AUSTRALIA" In the Frontier Dining Room Harry Bailey NO CABARET THIS WEEK 747 JUMBO SIGHTSEEING CRUISER WITH STEWARDESS Etttin HeHUy GWMI SptM. Las >nd Mm Springs. 9 davs LOW AO FlirUl. OiUIJ World. D.C. Teir. Wasnlnton, D.C., Cape Kennedy Space Centre, Cocoa Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Miami Beagh, Nassau in the Bahamas, Walt Disney World. Pensacola, San Antonio, El Paso, Juarez. Mexico, Phoenix. Las Vegas. 24 days April 5 AS LOW AS Ulfinil I TliNM SMClll. San Francisco. Disneyland, San Diego. Tijuana, Palm Springs. 16 days. April 7 AS LOW AS (331 CdHinil TltaU SHtill. (Same as above lor the places. 16 days ApMIl" T'.TT.... AS LOW AS "'I' AS LOW AS RMklM. CMII SpCM. Band Jasper Victoria AS LOW AS Sjrilf TNT. Peace River, Pacific Coast Cruise, Edmonton. Dawsor, Creek, Prince Seorge, Prince Rupert, Victoria, Vancouver. 15 days May 5 S June 7 (Includes ship accomodatlons city tours.) AS LOW AS CMhrMIMIlMTMirMdays ASLOWAS THNM. SwM. sa Las Vegas Included. 16 days. June 7 l San Diego. Tijuana, Grand Canyon. Las Vegas. 16 days. June 14 June 21 ASLOWAS PNM Mm, Cmfti RMklM telfe but MM. interior B.C., 15 days. June 28. (Includes ship accomodatlons t city tours. AS LOW AS ta THMM Mixfc. Bnri CMWI, VMM TMfT6da7s.JUne2eT...rT ASLOWAS "Worlds only Airline on the Ground" NORTHERN BUS TOURS Exotic International Tours College MUII Phone 329-4474 CANADA TRAVEL LETHBRIDQE Phone 329-3336 land (AP) Jacqueline Haddock believes that some time in April she will set a world record for the longest pregnancy months but there are some doubters. The Guinness Book of Records says the longest pregnancy for a baby born alive was established by Christine Houghton of Wlaber- ton, Sussex, in May, 1971, when she gave birth to a seven pound seven ounce baby boy after 390 days. Normal pregnancy lasts about 280 days. Her husband Brian said: "The doctors said the baby probably went dormant for a time and then started to grow again." T MOTOR! tlOTEM 327-5701 4 5Z6Miyor A MigntliDriw T ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NIW 9500 BLACKOUT Played Till Won (No Number Limit) IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD (No Limit Purchased) PAYS DOUBLE No undtr 11 yurt illowtd PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS 'ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY Playing all Week "SOUTH COUNTRY" Saturday, February 22nd Upstairs "RAYMOND CANADIANS" The Dining Room Dine in the warm atmo- sphere of our well-appointed dining room. Fine food, attentive service and a comprehensive wine list. You'll enjoy dining with us. Call on us soon. LETHBRIDGE 421 Mayor Magrath Drive 328-1111 LABOR CLUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th St. North WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT in the Clubrooms Thursday, February 20th "GERRY" Friday and Saturday February 21st and 22nd "THE49ERS" Members and Invited Guestsl Lucky guy COCOA, Fla. (AP) Timothy Morrison, 21, was run over by a freight train and lived to tell about it, police said Wednesday. The police report said the train's engineer, T. A. Graham, tried to stop when he saw the man go down in front of his engine and 18 freight cars, but it was too late. The report said the entire train passed over Morrison. The back of Morrison's head was cut and he lost the nail off his left big toe, police said. Police said the shaken man went home to bed. paramount Takes fame in stride Allen C. Hoskins, (right) who played Farina, the pigtailed child in the "Our Gang" comedies of the 1920's and 1930's will be inducted into the Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame Sunday, thinks he's come a long way from the three- ree! comedies. "I stayed buried for a long, long said the 54-year-old Hoskins. "I don't look over my shoulder. I look Today he works with mentally re- tarded adults and says that he specializes in thejejects and cases no one else can deal with. CBC-TVdrama head criticizes corp., gov't TORONTO (CP) John Hirsch, after one year as head of CBC-TV drama, says he is so frustrated with lack of planning and foresight in the corporation and the govern- ment he seriously thinks of quitting. Winner of national and international prizes for his work in the theatre, Hirsch, who will be 45 in May, dreams ofbuilding the drama depart- ment into a vital and vibrant instrument of Canadian culture. But he says the fact the CBC is financed by annual grants from Parliament and spends no money on development of talent is both frustrating and wasteful. Asked in an interview in his cramped and crowded office whether he is so frustrated he would quit, he said he was still prepared to stay and fight for his objectives. But lie also said that if he can't get the money he needs to plan and to develop qualified people, "I Show Times can depart in good conscience without any rancor." Hirsch said the terms under which he joined the CBC for four years to revitalize its drama department "have changed fundamentally" from his view of the job a year ago. "One's ability to create things properly is practically nil. All the great hopes I had at the beginning are somewhat shattered. Hirsch says every other ra- dio-television network in the world, in the same way as ev- ery major industrial corpor- ation, has to plan its work years in advance. But because the CBC is financed by annual grants from Parliament, it can only work season-by- season. Hirsch, who founded the Manitoba Theatre Centre with Tom Hendry in 1956 and di- rected The Cherry Orchard at the Stratford Festival in 1965, says CBC-TV should be pre- senting Canada to Canadians in an entertaining, im- aginative, popular vein "so the people could develop their own image." In addition to financial com- mitments extending over two or three years, he said the CBC needs to devote money to developing human resources. "This has been neglected for almost a he said. "It is a kind of left-over colonial attitude where we say, 'Weil, let England train our artists and we'll just get them over here and they'll do all the work.' "That is not the way to de- velop native drama, theatre or broadcasting. "It seems to me a most wasteful way of operating, be- cause we are constantly either importing people who can do a job quickly, or we are doing the work with people who have not been trained proper- ly and it costs three times as much as it should." He said he is not alone, be- cause other area heads in CBC-TV face the same brick wall thrown up by year by year budgeting. Hirsch said he will still try to fight the set-up, but added. "I cannot see myself spending the next three years of my life fighting. SHEET MUSIC and BOOKS MUSICLAND COLLEGE MALI. Phone 328-3694 PARAMOUNT THEATRE: MAN WITH GOLDEN GUN: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: ADULT NOT SUITABLE CHILDREN FRIDAY MATINEE: Short Subjects: NIGHT OF THE GRIZZLY: ONE COMPLETE SHOW FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT PAIWMOUNT CINEMA: DR. ZHIVAGO: ONE COMPLETE SHOW: ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA: Short Subjects: JEREMIAH JOHNSON LAST COMPLETE SHOW FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT paramount FRIDAY MATINEE ONLY COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRID6E PUBLIC SWIMMING, SKATING, MUSEUM AND LIBRARY M. M. Frt. M. 24 FMTZ SICK Public Swim Swim p.m. and Swim (Adults Only) p.m. "STMfSlWIH Swim (Adults Only) p.m. Public Swim p.m. and Swim (adults Only) p.m. Public Swim p.m. and SWIM Swim p.m. FAMILY SWIM Swim (adults only) p.m. HENDERSON raw NX Skating Skating Public Skate p.m. MUMS PARK ICE Skating Skating p.m. mtfSSl. Family Skating erne KE Public Skating Skating Skate p.m. Public Skating HULEXMKH (ALT p.m. LETNMNE rmuc p.m. Tourt ofthe Sir Alexander Muteum during the Winter Gtmei can be arranged by Phoning .One show only at p.m. Box office opens p.m.. ON THE SCREEN "NIGHT OF THE GRIZZLEY" with CLINT WALKER in Technicolor PLUS CARTOONS ARMY, NAVY AND AIR FORCE VETERANS CLUB LETHBRIDQE UNIT NO. 34 DINE AND DANCE DURING JEUX CANADA WINTER GAMES ENTERTAINMENT in THE HALL Tonight and Thursday "BRIDGE TONES" in THE HALL Friday and Saturday "VARIETY MEN" in the Canteen Friday and Saturday "BRIDGE TONES" For members and Invited Guesfc Only ADULT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN TONIGHT thru SAT. One Complete Show at p.m. 1 WINNER OF 6 ACADEMY AWARDS ADULT- METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER PRESENTS ACARLOPONTIPRCDUCTION DAVID LEAN'S FILM OF BORIS WSTERNAKS DOCTOR IN PANAVISION' AND METROCOIOR FINAL MATINEE SAT. at P.M. college cinema TONIGHT thru SAT. at and p.m. FAMILY .'Jeremiah Johnson" The man who became a legend. [The film destined tobea classic! ALSO SHOWING AT THE FOLLOWING THEATRES BOW THEATRE BOW ISLAND Feb. 21 to 23 ORPHEUM THEATRE BLAIRMORE Feb. 21 and 22 VOOUE THEATRE FERNIE Feb. 22 to 25 ARMOND THEATRE CRANBROOK Feb. 19 to 23 ;