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TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1967 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 13' TV 'TOWN MEETING' SHOWS: U.S. Image Badly Needs Repair · By CYNTHIA LOWRY NEW YORK (AP) -- "Town Meeting of the World," CBS' transatlantic satellite discussion program Monday night, arrayed California Gov. Ronald Reagan and .New York Sen. Robert F. Kennedy against a panel of students from Europe, Africa and Asia, all students at British universities. The Americans were at a considerable disadvantage. The theme of the hour was "Image of America and Youth of the World." After 60 minutes of sharp attack, laced with skeptical looks and angry contradictions from "the youth of the world," a viewer received the impression that, if their attitudes are typical, our image abroad is in serious need ol emergency repairs. They moved in immediately on Vietnam and either brushed aside or argued points made by both Reagan and Kennedy. Both men remained good-tempered and made simple answers, even to baiting questions. The first was whether they thought demonstrations at home were prolonging the conflict. The senator did not think so. He believed it was the determination of our adversaries. The governor thought the demonstrations at home were "giving the enemy courage to continue." One girl student presented her question thus: "I believe the war in Vietnam is illegal, immoral and politically motivated. Do either of you disagree?" Both men did disagree and both spoke of our determination to give the South Vietnamese the right of self-determination. The statements fell on 'closed ears. Another student read dictment against the an in- United States that ranged from establishing a "puppet regime" in the Diem government to the charge that CIA activity overthrew the Jagan government in Guinea. Reagan attempted to defend some of our activities. Kennedy spoke of "many mis- takes made in the past 10 years," but urged the students to consider our present position -- willing 'to step aside for free elections with outside supervision in Vietnam, and accept the result of the ballot, but only if North Vietnam goes along with the plan. The give-and-take was certainly lively, but the students in their savage attacks and scoffing attitude generated more heat than light. ON 'TOWN MEETING' Kennedy, Reagan Split Over Vietnam Issues NEW YORK (AP) -- Face-to-1 swered "yes face on split television screens Republican around the nation Monday night, Sen. Robert F. Kennedy and Gov. Ronald Reagan divided too on issues essential to the resolution of the war in Vietnam. 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European Street was built originally in 1930 for "All Quiet on the Western Front"; Laramie Street was built for the "Laramie" television series and used recently for the "Laredo" series, and Denver Street was one of the regular sets for "The Virginian" series. Studio officials said the fire will not interrupt production of movies or TV shows on the 420 acre lot. One fireman was injured by a falling beam and four others were treated for smoke inhalation. tion Front, the political arm of the Viet Cong, should take part in any future peace talks. They took opposite positions in a discussion on the effect of mass protests against the war. Kennedy said people who question United States policy would be unpatriotic if they did not express their beliefs and added, "If all the protests and demonstrations ended today, the war would not end." Reagan contended . that the demonstrations prolong the war because they give encouragement to the enemy. The two leaders, often mentioned as possible opponents in the 1972 presidential race, appeared on the CBS "Town Meeting of the World" in which they answered questions from 17 students in London. Kennedy, talking from a New York studio in part of a hookup made via the Early Bird communications satellite, said it was unfortunate that a military regime should rule in a country like Greece where democracy began. Reagan, in California, had a different point of view. He said, "I'm not sure that the forces that the'military junta rose up to put down were completely dedicated to Greece's welfare." Mobile Homes FOR 24 YEARS TED WALKER CONSISTENTLY RELIABLE 2632 S. 6TH AVE. MA 9-2595 TV Losing More Highly Educated ST. LOUIS (AP) - Television is losing the more highly educated adults who have the greater buying power, a researcher told a newspaper gathering in St. Louis. 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KTKT (990)--Contemporary music, news at 25 and 55 after the hour. Broadcasts continuously. KEVT (690)--Spanish language, Latin music. News at 8 a.m., 12 noon, 5 p.m. Broadcasts 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily. KFIF (1550)--Top 30 contemporary records. News 20 minutes before the hour. Broadcasts sunrise to sunset daily. KFMM-FM (99.5)--Simulcasts with KTUC (see above) for news at 8 a.m., 6 p.m., 8 p.m., 10 p.m. Classical music, 6 p.m. to midnight; popular music, midnight to 6 p.m. Broadcasts continuously. KHOS (940)--Country and Western music. News on the half-hour. Broadcasts continuously. KMOP (1330)--Country music. News, sports and weather at 20 minutes after the hour. Broadcasts 5 a.m. to sunset daily. CIT RADIO TODAY TUESDAY, 6:40 P.M. BASEBALL. California Angels vs. Kansas City Athletics. (KCUB, 1290) TUESDAY, 8:40 P.M. BASEBALL. San Francisco Giants vs. Chicago Cubs. (KOLD, 1450) TUESDAY, 8:55 P.M. BASEBALL. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Houston Astros. (KTUC, 1400) WEDNESDAY, 1:40 P.M. 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(One Guests are comics Shelley 8 e r m a n . Renee Taylor and John Barbour, musician Lull Bonta, singers Marpessa Dawn and James Hurst, and Roy Wilklns, executive secretary tor the NAACP. (IVi hours) Episcdc Goose." 11:00 P.M. Untouchables entitled "Blues lor K Gone /inccnt Price stars In "The Last Man n Earth," abouf a man plaaued bv walking spirits of the dead oooulation legging for his blood. [Two hours) O 7:30 P.M. It's Your Town MUNTZ Reg. $459 "Penniless Special" $348 COLOR TV Big 267 Sg. Inch Brilliant Color Picture · Lovely Contemporary Cabinet No Money Down A discussion of mental health resources with Or. Warren S. Williams, pi/- chiatrist; Sliter Julia Mary, admmis- rntor of St Mary's hospital; Ralph Wullin. president of the Tucson Ch' ft Guidance Center; and Mrs. Hiram Cochan. oresidenl of Arizona Children''. Home. RAOIO rv MOSPUAI MUNTZ TV 2216 SO 6TH AVE CAU 792 3400 11:30 P.M. 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Q Huntley-Brinkley Report Q News in Action Rl Oannv Thomas Show Comedy. Re-Issue. © Cronkiie With News Information in these listings Is provided by the television networks and local stations. Tb» Citizen assumes no responsible ity (or errors caused by lat* changes in scheduling

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