Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 26, 1973 · Page 20
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20 · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Mon., F»b. 26, 1973 »AYKTT»VH.L», Many Subjects Aired Local TV News Documentaries To Be Shown By JAY SHARBUTT NEW YORK (AP) - News documentaries by local television stations-tend to be the phantoms of broadcast journalism. Despite the work that goes in them, they usually appear just once and vanish for good. Now, thanks to public television station WNET here, at least 10 award-winning documentaries from commercial television stations around the season, according to WNET of ; (convicted of killing six persons icials. That show was broadcast by But they hope it may be included in PBS' schedule for next fall and include out- country airing. are getting a second They've been compiled into a seven-week series shows broadcast of one-hour on Monday night. The series^ called "Replay," unfortunately is seen only in the New York area. It was completed too late for submission to the Public Broadcasting Service as part of PBS national program schedule this standing network, as well as local, documentaries. Only two of the documen- aries included in "Replay" are 'rom New . York stations: WNBC and WABC. STATIONS The others are from stations WCCO in Minneapolis, Minn.; WBZ in Boston,. Mass.; KUTV in Salt Lake City, Utah; WRC in Washington, D.C.: WZZM in Grand Rapids, Mich.; WTJV in Miami, Fla.; WGN in Chicago and WMC in Memphis, Term. The networks occasionally have broadcast local docu- mcntary programs, such as KUTV's memorable "Thou Shalt Not Kill" -- a chilling prison interview with two men NBC last July. But the '-'Replay" series may be the first time anyone has compiled the better documentaries as part of a regular series, according to Elie Abel, host of "Replay." The idea for this was recom mended two years ago in the annual Alfred I. duPont-Colum bia University survey of broad cast dean journalism, said Abel of Columbia's gradual' Dog Catcher Reluming EUGENE, Ore. '(AP) -- The og catcher is coming back lo he University of Oregon ampus after an absence of two ears. : . . . ' " ' ' Gerald Bolen, vice president [ student services, said dog ontrol officers refused to work he campus area because of eavy student harassment. The dog did well with their nly natural enemy gone, and ow run unchecked in packs round the campus. Dozens of tudents were, treated for dog lies in the past year. But Bolen says the mood of e campus is changing,, and he dog catcher will- return to estore the balance of nature y rounding up the unleashed, unlicensed 'hounds. Scott Opens Fire On News Media HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) Sen. Hugh Scott greeted a gathering of slate party leaders with a broadside, at the .press. He criticized the news media for implying that returning prisoners of war ,had been coached by the Nixon adminis tration to say, "God Bless Arherica.-" The Penrisylvanian, who is Senate Republican leader, said "What's burning the. critics.up is that they didn't come out anr* say .'God. Damn,America.-' " After addressing, the anhua Lcmmon Recognized CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) Jack Lemmon has been named M a n - o f ' t h e Year by Harvard University's Hasty Pudding Theatricals. He was cited for "his out standing achievement in film acting and directing." Lemmon is a former president of Hasty Pudding, which says it is the nation's oldest theatrical organization. meeting of the Republican state committee here Saturday, Scott said Philadelphia Mayor Frank Rizzo would be welcome if he decided to leave the Democrat ic party and join the Republi can fold. MEAT BALLS AND SPAGHETTI 85 Two juicy M«*t Balls served with Spaghetti, Italien Sauce, Cellar Salad and Garlic Toast Wyatt's Famous Cheese Cake 39e journalism school and an NBC correspondent for nine years. He said a panel on which h served noted in the survey tha 'a great many worthwhil documentaries were bein made and shown throughout th country and not getting an kind of New York or nation; circulation. "The panel' recommcnde that public television ought recycle some of these documer taries and show them here." He said he'd like to see thei broadcast nationally by PB "because I think they would b of national interest." SUBJECTS The subject range in "Replay" is wide. The first show, aired last Monday, featured a KUTV essay:on the quiet:anger of a Goshute Indian tribal leader trying to better the life of his people. The show's second segment. "Grunt's Little War," was filmed by a WCCO team in Vietnam in October 1969. It was a close-up look at the way eight Minnesota Marines and GIs all in rifle companies -- viewed what they and their nation were doing in Vietnam. ' Subsequent shows deal wit! violence in America, sickle cell anemia, drug rehabilitation for middle-class white youths, to list a few.- Pope Skips Speech VATICAN CITY (AP) : Pope 1 Paul VI skipped his weekly prayer and speech in St. Peter's Square on Sunday because of snow. He told the crowd of a few dozen persons, most of them in automobiles, -"Beloved sons, we don't want -to keep you under the snow and in bad weather." H was the first time in his 10 years as Pope, except for ill ness, that he had skipped the traditional prayer and speech. Princess Anne Heads For Phillips' Home LONDON (AP) -- Princess nne flew back from a two- eck tour of Ethiopia and the udan and left directly from he London .airport for the ountry home of the cavalry of- cer with whom she has been nked romantically. 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