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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IE-THBRIDGE HERALD Monday, January 20, 1975 Toronto zoo director fired TORONTO (CP) Gunter Voss was fired as director of the city's new zoo and offered a special assistant's post by the Metro Toronto Zoological Society executive committee Thursday. Dr. Voss, 48, who returns next week from a vacation in has been in charge of the ?22.5-million zoo since 1970. He will be offered a six- month contract as special assistant at his present salary scale of a year. His lawyer, Robert Hall, called the executive decision "a hatchet job." "They wanted to choose a fall guy for everything that's gone wrong and then they can whitewash the others." David Owen, chairman of the executive committee, said that "at different times different talents are required. "The 200 is a year business and he (Dr. Voss) doesn't have the capaci- ty to administer it, "he said. "There have been personnel problems: He clearly doesn't have the capacity to lead people." Mr. Owen said the society is looking for an administrator, not an animal man, for the new top job of general manager which will have a salary at least as high as that, paid Dr. Voss. Dr. Voss's strength was as an animal man and his reputa- tion was based on rearing animals in captivity. COVERS VAST AREA The Sahara Desert in North Africa runs from the Atlantic Ocean to the Red Sea and cov- ers 3.5 million square miles. PRUEGGER'S MUSIC INSTRUMENT ran. Organs: Chord Organs from AND UP Regular Thomas Organs Twin Manuals Automatic Rhythms and Auto-Chord. Special, only More Models Available up to the Lawrence Welk Model Thomas. Triple Manual Organ Accordion: 12 and 24 Bass Models used AND UP 120 Bass Models AND UP New 120 Bass Titanos AND UP Guitars: Size Guitars Regular Accoustics AND UP AND UP New Gibson, Gresch Fender Guitars At low clearance prices ..............................MUSt S06I1 Amplifiers: Student Amps ANDUP Sunn Amps and Speakers Drastic Savings Randall Amps and P.A.'s .......................Save Now Band Keyboards: Roland Synthesizer to Hohner Electric Piano Univox Stringman (Maiiotron) Univox Elec. Band Organ, Yamaha used Drums: Student 3 pee. 9 ply shell now only 5 pee. Baxter 5 pee. "Dan" By Ravgn 4 pee. Baxter in Black Used PRUEGGER'S MUSIC LTD. 530 5th Street S. Phone 329-3151 LETHBRIDGE DMCA Has Openings in the Following Programs: LADIES'SWIM INSTRUCTION- All levels of instruction are taught. Wednesdays or Jan. 22- March 12. Program Fee: Sessions PRE-SCHOOL Kindergymnastics and Pool Thursdays Jan. 23-March 12. Program Fee: Sessions. COMPETITIVE VOLLEYBALL LEAGUES: p.m. Commences Jan. 20. p.m. Commences Jan. 22. REGISTER NOW Lethbridge YMCA 515 9th St. S. For Further Information Call 328-7771 The Inflation Buster. Every Itosday night. V reg. Rib-eye Steak Dinner Tuesday Night at steak is especially easy on your budget. And this is no "budget" steak. It's our succulent rib-eyesteak broiled to your order...steaming baked potato...tossed green salad...fresh, hot roll with butter. Family Night at Ponderosa, a family of four can dig into it for less than seven bucks. Today more than inflation-busting! T Now, that's friendly. A Division of Foodex Systems Limited '-T CTPAK vu 1025 Mayor Magrath Drive TV highlights MONDAY CARTOON SPECIAL: Peanuts, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. "It's a Mystery, Charlie Brown" has Snoopy in the role of Sherlock Holmes trying to solve the case of Woodstock's missing nest. MUSIC: Ian Tyson, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Ian and the Great Speckl- ed Bird are'joined by Jim and Don Haggart, Dottie West and Kenzie MacNeil. VARIETY: Pig and Whistle, p.m., Ch. 13. Scheduled to appear with John Hewer and the regulars is singer Peter Glen. CURRENT EVENTS: Science Magazine, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Highlighting the program is a discussion on muscular dystrophy. DOCUMENTARY SPECIAL: National Geographic, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. "This Britain: Heritage of the Sea" takes a look at the people and the customs of Great Britain. CURRENT EVENTS: Man Alive, lO.-lill p.m., Ch. 7. "Pastures of Plenty" is the first of a two part in depth study into migrant farm labor in Canada. INTERVIEW: Johnny Carson, p.m., Ch. 9. Scheduled to be the guest host is John Davidson. TUESDAY INSTRUCTION: Canadian Schools, 10 a.m., Ch. 7. The program takes a look at photography. PEPSI RADIO AND TV LISTINGS iated by (he Radio and Television Any v by the The Lethbndge Herald CHEC 1090 Monday Farm News News, Weiilher, Sports News, Weather Sports Grain Prices News, Weather. Sports News is 20 ruin, to the hour and 20 after. Broke Florence Ballard Chap- man, once the toast of three continents as an original member of The Supremes, says most of her neighbors no long- er know who she is and that she is now broke. Chapman and her hus- band are separated. Coffee brewer accused LOS ANGELES (Reuter) Maxwell House, which used to advertise its coffee as being "good to the last drop" has been accused in a court suit here of not including its last drop in coffee jars. District attorney Michael Byrne has filed a five-count suit accusing General Foods Corp. of short-weighing its Maxwell House instant coffee by an average of nearly one- half ounce a jar. He said the coffee was bought at random from Dec. 1 to Jan. 3 in eastern Los Ange- les markets. Each of the five counts carries a maximum fine of LONDON (Reuter) A .Ghanaian leather factory worker is claiming damages for the loss of three fingers in an industrial accident which he says means he no longer can be a king. Agyemang Sarkodee is seeking damages in the High Court here for personal in- juries and consequent loss arising out of the accident al- most three years ago. Sarkodee's tribe is the Agona clan in the district of Kwabre, Ghana. A lawyer in- volved in the case said Thurs- day: "The basis of the claim is that he would have become king when his uncle retires in two years' time. But because of a tribal custom no person who has suffered dis- figurement "can become king." COVENTRY (Reuter) Every month for the last 38 years, a woman in this cen- tral England city has re- ceived a cheque for 24 cents. Miriam Hayward, now in her 60s, says she would have to live until 2030 to be paid in full the she was awarded after a motorcycle accident in 1937. "It's ludicrous really, but to have the case reopened prob- ably would cost more in legal fees than the outstanding she said. STOCKHOLM (AP) A 23- year-old poet and his friends protested against the "cul- tural establishment" Friday by showering commuters with in coins and small bills and poems during the evening rush hour. Bewildered police rushed to Stockholm's main railway sta- tion where Bruno Oijer and members of his artist group, Vesuvius, kept throwing money to grateful commuters who shouted "more! CJOC 1220 Monday Sports Local News World aC Six Tuesday CBC News Phone Bill Show Hour of Information News and Grain Prices News Sports Market Report Local News CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday p.m. Monday As II Happens Music of Our People Identifies From Llie Capitals Five Nights A Week Great Canadian Gold Hush Written in Rock Tuesday Warmup Concie's Carousel Midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores CBR 1010 Eye Opener World at Seven World at Eight Eye Opener The BBC News Tliis Country in the Morning Time Signal Radio Noon Your Forum School Broadcast Off the Record World at Six "Pepsi Cola proudly introduces the Fridge 40" specifically for your (ridge. New light weight bottle with twrst-off closure, packed in a convenient take home carrier. O Hollywood Squares (E Truth or Consequences CD Password Q News O News (D News O News (D Let's Make a Deal O Gunsmokc 09 News O Rhoda (D News (D Truth or Consequences O Lawrence Welk (0 Sanford and Son News 09 Merv Griffin O Tomorrow O Movie: River Run Tuesday Morning ffl Thought for the Day