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THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1968 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N IN DU BROW'S VIEW Specials Rise On Shirer, Fall On Mia By RICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - The long-awaited, · three-part documentary based on William L. Shirer's book, "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich," began on ABC-TV Wednesday night with a sense of historic sweep. This first hour will be followed on Friday 'and Saturday by the other two broadcasts of the trilogy. The story of Nazi Germany has been attempted many times by television documentarians, but the latest project has in executive producer Mel Stuart a man who can imbue a major video subject with a feel of grand purpose. He has done it with "The Making of the President" television programs. And for "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich," his collaboration with the able producer- director Jack Kaufman seems potent. Much of the material, of course, is familiar, but the monumental research conducted for the three-part broadcast was evident in part Wednesday night in the collection of data from many sources, including interviews from several persons who knew Adolf Hitler. The program showed how even a civilized nation can be led to disaster when the lie becomes an instrument of government. And it illustrated anew how the nation did indeed support Hitler in his early success, despite the countless disclaimers later on by Germans who said they really weren't for him, or didn't know what was going on, or were forced to go along with him. This first hour focused on Hitler's rise to power, and included remarks from SMrer himself. The first-rate script was by Theodore Strauss, and the sharp editing by John Soh. Richard Basehart was the narrator, and Lalo Schifrin composed and conducted the music. "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich" was a Wolper Production, and so was another ABC-TV documentary Wednesday night, the second in a series of undersea adventures with oceanographer Jacques Cousteau, "The Savage World of the Coral Jungle." The first program dealt with sharks, and this second effort was no less poetic and visually stunning in its look at the beautiful but dangerous community life in the coral reefs of the Indian Ocean and Red Sea. Above all, the hour succeeded in humanizing the undersea drama, and, at the same time, in keeping intently aware of the educational value of the visual material it had accumulated. A third Wolper program also showed up on ABC-TV Wednesday night, "Monte Carlo...C'est La Rose," an hour musical tour Suspension Of Equal Time Rule For Candidates Urged WASHINGTON (AP) -- Frank Stanton, president of the Columbia Broadcasting System, has urged Congress to suspend for a trial period of six years the requirement that broadcasters offer equal time to competing political candidates. Stanton said this would enable television and radio stations to offer more meaningful coverage of political campaigns, including significant candidates. He called the equal- time requirement "negative and repressive." Stanton testified at the opening of two days of so- called "discussions" by the special subcommittee on in- Burton And Liz To Adopt Baby, Retire In 2 Years LONDON (AP) -- A London newsman quotes Richard Burton as saying he and Elizabeth Taylor will adopt a baby within a year because the actress runs a high risk of death in childbirth. Burton also told writer Fergus Cashin of the London Daily Sketch .Tuesday that he and Miss Taylor would retire from acting within the next two years: "My interest in ithe cinema is moving from acting to production. We have our own company and both Elizabeth and myself will retire from acting within the next two years. "When I retire I will concentrate on writing. Let's face it, I have not been a dedicated actor. It is all bloody marvelous luck." Petula Touches Bellafonte On Show; Sponsor Objects NEW YORK (AP) -- The National Broadcasting Co. says Harry Belafonte has charged that a representative of an upcoming television special objected to British singer Petula Clark touching him on the show. The network has confirmed that Steve Binder, producer-director of the show, scheduled for April 2, has decided to televise it with the touching incident intact. The New York Post yesterday quoted Belafonte, a Negro, as saying he and Miss Clark did a duet version of her antiwar folk song, "Paths of Glory," during the taping at NBC's Burbank, Calif., Studio. Miss Clark is white. "My hands were folded and she placed a hand on my arm," the Post quoted Belafonte. "But the sponsor representative com- -plained. He said he didn't want us touching each other." The scheduled sponsor of the Petula Clark special is the Plymouth Division of the Chrysler Corp. There was no immediate comment from the company. Amraniii Brothers To Sing At Jewish Festival Here The Tucson Jewish Community Center will bring the Israeli singers, the Amranin Brothers, here for the center's 25th annual Jewish music festival on next Wednesday. Mrs. Harry Gorodess, chairman of the center's adult committee, announced that Harold Ober, a Tucsonian, also will give a talk on Jewish music on the program, to be held at 8 p.m. Shalom andv Barak Amranin are third generation Israelis of Yeminite descent. Both are members of the Israel Army Reserve and saw action during the Six-Day War. On their second tour of the United States, the brothers are here under auspices of the Israel Government Tourist Office. They have been performing together since childhood, appearing over the years in towns, villages, kibbutzim and nightclubs in Israel. The program is open to the general public. Admission is $1.50 for adults and $1 for students. DAVE BLOOM SONS EXTRA SERVICE ! EXPERT ALTERATIONS Men's Garments REPAIRED, RESTYLED And REWOVEN . . I n Our Custom Tailor Shop Regardless of Where Purchased EL CON CENTER CONGRESS SIXTH SHOULD YOU TRADE.,. Your Present Automobile? Let our 100 point diagnosis help you decide with an accurate health check. 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Cimarron Strip RIVALS--Henry Fonda (left) confronts Cliff Rfab- ertson, his rival for ihe presidential nomination, in a dramatic scene from "The Best Man" on "The CBS Thursday Night Movies" Powerful Drama tonight at 8 pm. on KOLD, Television 13. lOpm.NiteTmeNews George Borozan FIRST IN TUCSON 10:30 pm. Raymond Burr PERRY MASON KOLD-TV«TUCSON PAGE 21, , --" . . . ' . ===== ' " " ' * ' I I I . · - . Tucson Television 4 KVOA 6 KUAT 9 KGUN 11 KZAZ 13 KOLD NBC UA-NET ABC INDEP. CBS Thursday Afteirnoon 12 NOON Days of Our Lives Drama about a orplessor-phvalcian. c o e s s o r Newlywed Game From The Border Variety show from Nooales. (2',-a hours) CB Many Splendored Thine Serial. 12:30 P.M. The Doctors lories about the medical orofesslon. -- -- m u i ||kU 1 | ICXII'-QI LJI IJI Baby Game; Doctor how frorn a Betfl8lrlclan follow sams DE) House Party irt Llnkletler hosts variety orooram. 1:00 P.M. P Another World :ontlnuln!» drama Q Genera] Hospital ierjal. Tell The Truth; CBS News game. 1:30 P.M. Q You Don't Say "'anal show 9 Dark Shadows Mystery naratlvs. "B Edge of Night :ontinulna series with Lawrence Hugo j ;' tD "aiuvcr *natuv* or ino cverotaaes and the r odd inliabltants are the subject ' Exploring Our World. Independence Jdveniure deals with the conflict between he British and the French. _ Debbie Makes Six A musical hour of sons, dance and come- y stars Debbie Reynolds. Joining her jre Bob Hope, Donald O'Connor, Frank Gorshln and Jim Naborj. (One hour) B Stage Eleven ·The Lions Are Loose," a 1941 corned/, ells of the whacky, amorous adventures of Albertlne, whose fllna In Paris, makes er realize where she really belongs. tars are Claudia Cardlnale, Jean-Claude Brialy, Mlchtle Morsan, Danielle Oar- rlejx and Lino Ventura. (Two hours) 7:30 P.M. 3 Dragnet ot. Friday (Jack Webb) and Officer Gannon [Henry Morgan) try to track own luvenile burglars and uncover their incannv plot to achieve self-sufllclency. 5 The Swedish Scene Tosram Includes sightseeing on board a teamboat that goes to the wonderful ·vorld of Stockholm's archipelago and a flew of boating activity along the cily's wharves 8:00 P.M. Q Ironside ronstdo (Raymond Burr) traces the Iden- lly ol a beautiful amnesiac who has fall- in In love with him. Vera Miles guest- stars. (One hour) _| The French Chef Julia Child presents ways to use leftovers for main course luncheons or supper dishes. 3 That Girl Ann Marie Is worried about girl friend 'Pete" Peterson who Is In love with D msn who appreciates her for her alhlclic prowess. Thursday Night Movie A very oood W54 drama, "Th- Best Aan," stars Henry Fonda, Clllf Robertson, Lee Tracy, Margaret Leighton, Edle Adams. At a political convention in Uos Angeles leading contenders for Preslden- lal nomination each vie for endorsement ot an ex-president. (Two hours) 8:30 P.M. Q The Written Word Dr. Frank Baxter shows how all modern letter forms reach back to the stately Romans. TED DEGIIAZIA Shows paintings Channel 4, 7 a.m. tomorrow 2:00 P.M. 61 Match Game; NBC News Q Afternoon Movie Kirk Douslas and Mllly Vltnls appear In "The Juggler," a good 1953 drama filmed In Israel. (Two hours) H) Secret Storm Problem clay Z:30 P.M. Q Movie "Female on the Beach," with Joan Craw ford and Jeff Chandler, a gocd 1955 suspense drama. (Two hours) ID Telecinema Una horn «e telenovalaa QQ Mike Douglas Show Mike greets euests MW hours) 3:30 P.M. GJ Bingo Game chow, 4:00 P.M. Q Dating Game (D Danny Thomas Show Comedy Re-issue © Merv Griffin Merv greets ouest Personalities, hours) 4:30 P.M. Q Girl Talk Graham moderates discussion Virginia show ABC News -- Young ID Uncle Bob's Cartoons Klddl* show. 5:00 P.M. GJ Reports News on Nine 5:30 P.M. Q Huntley-Brinkley Report Divorce Court Courtroom drama. 01 Discotheque; Financial news Tucson area teenaoers dance; business report follows. ©Cronkite with News 5:45 P.M. Perspective Hour-long repeat program covering top news stories. Evening 8:00 P.M. Weather, Sports, News Adventure Camera story entitled "Wings." CD McHale's Navy //itch doctor PaK Urulu puts a curie on Captain Binghampton for the loss of his coconut orchard by shell fire. Re-Issue. News «:30P.M. Daniel Boone Boone (Fess Parker) finds longtime fnend, once a heroic commander under Georae Washington, now a common drunk (Charles Drake) whose wife and child have teen taken from him. (One hour) Q Batman Howard DM and his wlf« Ida Luplno olay an alchemist and her hippy hubby who invent an Invisibility pill. CD Gilligan's Island The castaways re-enact the crash to arove that the skipper was not at fault In the loss of the "Minnow." Re-issue. [0 Cimarron Strip Marshal Jim Crown vows to bring to lustice to the men who have killed two ol his old friends but Is frustrated by a frightened farmer family who refute to admit they witnessed the crime. IlVi hours) CLAUDIA CARDINALE Stars in comedy Channel 11, 7 p.m. 8:45 P.M. Merlin the Magician r»vtty Is again explored with tfi« magic iKeich pad. Q What' h mansrove 7:00 P.M. New of tho Everglades Peyton Place A furious Elliot accuses Rodney; Rita goes home from the hospital; Jill takes the baby to Corsons. 9:00 P.M. Dean Martin Show Dean bandies lests and songs with guests Arthur Godfrey, Jonathan Winters, the Grecco and Wlllard comedy team, and comedy song stylists Sandier and Young. (One hour) 0 Your Right to Say It William Gossett, president-elect of the American Bar Association, gives a firsthand report on the lusl-compleled ABA House of Delegates meeting In Chicago, Joe Pyne Show James Moseley, editor and publisher of "Saucer News'' .talks about "The Moth Man," a strange creature that Inhabits West Virginia, and Stanley Kohls, West Const Meld representative for "The War Resistors League" also appears. CD Gypsy Rose Lee Paula Wayne, Opal Bowlln and Jack Sheldon are Gypsy's nuesls. 9:30 P.M. Q Antiques Merle Straw, past president of the Amerl can Auctioneers Association, gives helpfu hints on attending auctions. CD News, Weather. Sports 10:00 P.M. O News and Weather Q Campus News Q News on Nine · CD Command Performance Repeat of 7 p.m. movie CD Niteline News 10:15 P.M. Q Tonight Show Johnny Carson greets sues! celebrities US minules) 10:30 P.M. Joey Bishop Show; News Actress Elke Sommer, country western sinner Leroy Van Dyke, and actor Brrck Peters loin Gypsy tonleh). (IVi hours) I Perry Mason Repeat: "The Case of (he Crying Comedian." (One hour) 11:00 P.M. 3 Movie james Stewart, Audie Murphy, Diane r oster, and Elaine Stewart star In "Nlohl Passage," a good 1957 adventure, about a railroad trouble-shooter carrying payroll who Is held up by an outlaw gang to which his kid brother belongs. 11:30 P.M. Late Show; News 'Song of the Islands," a 1942 musical omance, tells of a yotns man who ar- Ives on an Island to take over his (a- her's cattle ranch. In the cast arc Betty Grable, Victor Mature, Jack Ookle, "homas Mitchell and Hllo Hattle. Friday Morning 5:50 A.M. Farm, Ranch Roundup 8:00 A.M. Sunrise Semester College credit courses 6:30 A.M. CBS News -- Benti 6:55 A.M. Reportaje de Noticias [0 Local News 7:00 A.M. Q Today Show Tucson artist Ted De Grazla and his bu]l- 'iohl pictures are faatured. S. David '/cKelvey, animal Irainer and naturalist, gives a demonstration v;llh his trained Dlrds and animals for another segment c4 his hour-long nev/s and variety program (CXie hour) Captain Kangaroo The Captain reads the story "The Rich Man and the Shoemaker" ard shows tho conclusion of "he cartoon ' Pancho." One hour) 7:25 A.M. Q Thought for the Day Inspirational messages 7:30 A.M. | Marshal KGUN Locally oroduced klddis show 8:00 A.M. Snap Judgment; News Ed McMahon hosls a qarne show. | Romper Room Jane Harrison has features lor the kindergarten set Candid Camera Comic tcenes. Rerun. 8:30 A.M. Q Concentration Game This Morning 31ck Cavelt hosts a new concept In dav- Ime programming designed to appeal to 'odavi vouno homemaker. Attorney F. Lee Bailey and Joan Fontaine are Buests. Beverly Hillbillies Comedy Rerun 9:00 A.M. Personality larry Blvdtn hosts a oam* shew ~| Andy of Mayberry Corredv Rerun 3:30 A.M. | Hollywood Squares Game Show CD Dick Van Dyke lorredy Rerun. 10:00 A.M. O Jeopardy Game | Bewitched Elizabeth Montnomery »tars In comedy. Reruns. '%*tMk«/« sho'A DEBBIE REYNOLDS With musical special Channel 9, 7 p.m. Love of Life; CBS News' ' \elcdrama with Audrey Peters. 10:39 A.M. 0 Guess Game; NBC News 13 Treasure Isle elevlslon's only outdoor game 0 Search; Guiding Light 'opular serials. * 11:00 A.M. I 3 News, Reports -- Dick Mayers, Paul Mayer The Fugitive tories of a search. Rerun. (One hour) 0 Password Quiz Game . 11:30 A.M. 3 Make a Deal Game B As The World Turns , Contlnulna storv with Helen Wagner. Afternoon 12 NOON Days of our Lives Drama about · professor physician. i Newlywed Game JD From the Border Variety show from NoQales. Oscar Stevens hosts. Many-Splendored Thing Dally daytlms drama. 12:30 P.M. EJ The Doctors Melodrama. 3 Baby Game; Doctor _ame conies), followed by lips (rom * pediatrician. I House party Art Llnkletler hosts variety show. 1:00 P.M. CJ Another World Dramatic episodes 0 General Hospital Serial. QD Tell the Truth; CBS News Guessing game. 1:30 P.M. Q You Don't Say : Panel snow Q Dark Shadows Mvslerv narallve © Edge Of Night Continuing series with Laurence 2:00 P.M. 0 Match Game; NBC News 0 Afternoon Movie "You Can't Run Away From It" with Jock Lemmon and June All/son ft a wcxJ 1954 muslcaj comedy about an' abducted heiress who meets a reporter on · cross-country trip. Remake of "It Happened One Night" from a short story by Samuel Hopkins Adams. {Two hours! Secret Storm Dally drama. Huso EDIE ADAMS, CLIFF ROBERTSON In drama of politics Channel 13, 8 p.m. 2:30 P.M. I Movie ;. 'Pillow Talk" with Rock Hudson, and Doris Day, a very good award-winning 959 comedy about a wolfish song wrifer ind an interior decorator who become ]n- ·olved when they are forced to share i elephone party line temporarily (Two lours) [D Telecinema Jna hora de telenovelas. IB Mike Douglas Show ack E. Leonard is co-host and uuests nclude singers Joi Lansing, Jerry Vale and David V/atson, trumpet player June Deters and skter Art Furrer, who demon- Irates ski ballel. (l'/j hours) 3:30 P.M. ID Bingo rame show. 4:00 P.M. 3 Dating Game ffl Danny Thomas Show Comedy, re-Issue. I Merv Griffin Guests for 90 minutes of variety are sing- rs Joe Williams and Jane Morgan, «c- or Chartton Heston, comedians Mocey Amsterdam and Jerry Shan*, and Usy- chologist Dr. Joyce Brothers, who talks about traits in people from various -eth- mlc backgrounds. 4:30 P.M. O Girl Talk Virginia Graham talks with Barbara V/al- ers of the "Today Show." I ABC News -- Young . QJ Uncle Bob's Cartoons '·· Bob Love hosts local show for cnfldrm 5:00 P.M. I 3 Reports - ; | News on Nine ' . * 5:30 P.M. r Huntley-Brinkley Report I Divorce Court ? Courtroom dramas. Discotheque; Financial news eter Huntlr.gton May hosts * program of dance with Tucson area teenagers-par- Iclpfltlng, Busmen report follow*. * I Cronkite with News . v Information in these listings-h provided by the television n£t works and local stations, tlte Citizen assumes no responsibility for errors caused by lal« changes ia

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