Don't invite Dr. Jane Goodall, the famed primate researcher, and Bubbles, Michael Jackson`s pet chimp, to the same party. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals made that mistake last weekend in Washington, D.C., when Goodall was to be one of several people honored by the animal rights group. Goodall, who wants chimpanzees declared an endangered species and opposes using them for research or entertainment, refused to attend. "It is inconceivable to her to exploit the chimp for the purpose of saving the chimp," Goodall spokesman Geza Taeleki told The Washington Post. PETA founder Ingrid Newkirk explained the organization's stand on Bubbles by saying the monkey was rescued from a cancer research lab and is considered an animal rights ambassador.