FRIDAY, MARCH I I , 19*6 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 19 IN DU BROW'S VIEW Networks Warming ^ ~ _ JLU T 1CI ilttlll By RICK DU BROW YT/"\T T.-xnir/'vrM-v Â»Â»Â·Â» Â»Â» Â· HULL i A VA/LÂ» --LI.TM-- i\et- work television's attention to the Viet Nam war is growing. Special broadcasts abound. And there are fresh attempts to get the subject into focus. Â·A heavy emphasis on Viet Nam naturally is employed in the evening newscasts of CBS- TV's Walter Cronkite, NBC-TV's Chet Huntley and David Brinkley, and ABC-TV's Peter Jennings. In addition, Viet Nam is the overriding topic, one way or another, in weekly interview shows such as ABC-TV's "Issues and Answers," NBC-TV's "Meet the Press" and CBS-TV's "Face the Nation." This Sunday, Vice President Humphrey will be questioned in a one-hour session of "Meet the Press" by some of the nation's leading publishers and editors. On March 20, Secretary of State Dean Rusk will be the guest on "Face the Nation;" CBS-TV, toe first of the networks to step boldly into the area of discussion and opinion programs concerning Viet Nam, provided the earliest major television attempts to get focused on the issue. ABC-TV recently converted its weekly half-hour public affairs series, "ABC Scope," into a program devoted exclusively to coverage of Viet Nam, and thereby has achieved s o m e added focus. FOR ATOM SMASHER AEC Expects Site List Soon WASHINGTON - IB - The Atomic Energy Commission has advised Congress that it expects to receive fairly soon a report on recommended sites for the proposed $375 million atom smasher.. AEC officials said, however, that they are reserving the right to make additions to the final list of recommendations. T h e atom smasher would be used in basic research. The AEC also told the Senate- House atomic energy committee yesterday that-once it gets the recommendations, it may take several months to select a site. The National Academy of Sciences has set up a committee that has been working since last September to slash the list of 85 proposed locations in 43 states that survived the initial elimination process. The committee is expected to recommend 5 to WE BUY OLD COINS COMMEMORATIONS GOLD COINS OLD BANKNOTES FOREIGN COINS TRADE TOKENS MEDALS BARS BID BOARD COIN AUCTION SATURDAY 2:30 GLASS 5HOPPE COINS 4325 E. BROADWAY 10 sites to the AEC. (Tucson was on the list.) The AEC's indication that it may reinstate some sites eliminated by the selection committee was criticized by Rep. Craig Hosmer, R-Calif:, a long-time objector to the site-selection process. He told a newsman after yesterday's hearing that if the AEC added to the academy's list, "it would still leave it wide open." He added that the whole subject is "still a ball of fuzz." Hosmer said he asked AEC officials about their estimate that it may-take several months after the site committee's report to pick a winner. He said he wanted to learn if the site selection "would go beyond Nov. 9 (the day after election day)." "I got no final answer," he said. AEC officials testified yester- HEY KIDS!! ENTER OUR EGG-CITING EASTER SKETCH-A-FACE HARD-BOILED EGG CONTEST FREE! Boys Girls Bicycles -- Transistor Radios! Contest limited to Elementary Jr. Hi School Students. For Complete Details Entry forms, see -CATALINA DRUGS 2310 N. CAMPBELL AVE. Tel. 325-2697 Pat Geno Smash Steieo Prices! CONSOLES PORTABLES by Famous Packard Bell Zenith At COST RMS 10Â°, All stylngs -- Italian French Provincial, Colonial, Danish, Spanish Oak Contemporary. ALL at COST PLUS 10% - SAVE HUNDREDS! 5641 E. BROADWAY Unsurpassed Beauty Uunequalled Safety YOUR WORLD'S FINEST PREMIUM TIRE The Great Carnegie Classic PRICE SALE! 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One of the problems of the viewer who cares nothing about network rivalry, and wants only to be presented with meaningful Viet Nam broadcasts, is that t e l e v i s i o n competition makes it tough on him. With each network trying to outdo the other, the viewer who flips the dial to all the shows that he can will find himself amid large doses of data that seem to be presented helter- skelter. It may sound heretical because of normal network--and business--rivalry, but the subject of Viet Nam is so important that it might not be amiss for ABC, CBS and NBC to get together and decide how to do what is best for the viewer. That, after all, is the most important point of the matter. If the networks seem otherwise confused and merely tentative on certain Viet Nam issues, they are not much different from others. They are undeniably searching for fresh angles. Last night ABC-TV presented an intriguing GENE LEON ACCOUNTANT I N C O M E T A X 4228 E. 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(ABC) Adult popular music. ABC news 5 minutes before the hour. Arizona Network news. Two local news pro grams daily. Broadcasts continuously. Independent Stations KAIR (1490)--Adult popular, semi-classical and sacred music; Christian programs. Four news programs Monday through Friday. Broadcasts 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. KCEE (790)--Popular, semi-classical 'and classical music. News on the hour. Broadcasts 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. Monday through Friday; 7.a.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday; 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. Sunday. KEVT (690)--Spanish language, Latin music. Five news programs daily. Broadcasts sunrise to sunset daily. KFIF (1550)--Top 40 contemporary records. News five minutes before the hour: Broadcasts sunrise to sunset daily. KFMM-FM (99.5)--Simulcasts with KTUC (see above) except 6 p.m. to midnight. Classical music from 6 p.m. to midnight. Broadcasts continuously. KHOS (940)--Country and Western music. News on the half-hour. Broadcasts continuously. KMOP (1330)--Music of the West. News and weather on the hour. Sports and weather on the half hour. Broadcasts 5 a.m. to sunset daily. KTKT (990)--Top 40 contemporary records. News on the hour. Headlines on the half-hour. Broadcasts continuously except midnight Sunday to 5 a.m. Monday. KXEW (1600)--Spanish language, Latin music. Three news programs daily. Broadcasts sunrise to sunset. SATURDAY NOON METROPOLITAN OPERA. Puccini's "Manon Lescaut" brings soprano Raina Kabaivanska in the title role. Others heard are tenor Richard Tucker, baritone William Walker, tenor Charles Anthony and bass Elfego Esparza. Kurt Adler conducts. (KTUC, 1400; KFMM-FM, 99.5) and offbeat one-hour documentary about the Navy's Unorthodox role in the Viet Nam war. It will be repeated April 3. On April 1, NBC-TV will present an h o u r documentary, "Viet Nam: The Home Front," concerning Americans' attitudes and activities relating to the war in Southeast Asia. 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KOLD-TV Tucson's Most Popular Daytime Viewing 5:50 Farm and Ranch 11: 6:00 Sunrise Semester II: 6:30 CBS Morning News 12: 6:55 Arizona News 12: 7:00 Captain Kangaroo 1: 8:00 I Love Lucy 1: 8:30 Real McCoys 1: 9:00 Andy of Mayberry 2: 9:30 Dick Van Dyke 2: 10:00 Love of Life 4: 10:24 CBS News 5: 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 5: 10:45 Guiding Light 00 December Bride 30 As the World Turns 00 Password 30 House Party (c) 00 To Tell the Truth 24 CBS News 30 Edge of Night 00 Secret Storm 30 Mike Douglas Show DO Lloyd Tbaxton Show (c) 00 Marshal Dillon 30 CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite (c) TONIGHT'S BEST VIEWING The Bia News Hogaris 6:00 P.M. Weeknites 6:30 P.M. In Color GomerPyle- Smothers Brothers 7:00 P.M. In Color 7:30 P.M. Comedy Trials of O'Bri TheWild,Wiid 8:00 P.M. Peter Falk 9 P.M. Action NITELINE I TWILIGHT I MERV NEWS I ZONE GRIFFIN 10:00 P.M. I 10:30 P.M. | || P.M. Tucson Television Local Channels 4 KVOA NBC 5 KUAT UA-NET I KGUN ABC 13 KOLD CBS (R)--Rerun (C)-Color Friday Maury Wills, Dick , Kallman "Hank" and Coach Channel 4, 7 p.m. Afternoon 12 Noon Days Of Our Lives (C) Drama about a professor-physician. Q The Nurses Series stars Mary Flckett. (0 Password Quiz Game 12:30 P.M. Q The Doctors Meldorama. Know Your Schools (R) An examination of activities at Tucson Public Schools. Q A Time For Us Continuing stories. House Party (C) Actor Victor Buono Is host Unklelter's guest. 12:55 P.M. | Women's News 1:90 P.M. Q Another World Dramatic episodes. Q General Hospital Medical serial. CD To Tell The Truth Guessing game. 1:10 P.M. 0 Dr. Posin's Giants (R) 1:24 P.M.. Â£0 Network News 1:30 P.M. Q You Don't Say (C) . Panel show. Â· Q Young Marrieds Modern drama. CD Edge of Night Continuing series with Laurence Huso. 2:00 P.M. O Match Game (C) Q Never Too Young Dramatic situations. CD Secret Storm Problem play. 2:25 P.M. Q Network News 2:30 P.M. 0 One Step Beyond Drama In serial form. Q Where the Action Is The Spokesmen offer "Michelle" and "Colours." Chris Montez entertains with "Let's Dance" and "Call Me." Steve Alaimo, Linda Scott and Paul Revere and the Raiders sing, and the dancers present "Tliuana Taxi." CD Mike Douglas Show The President of the Humane Society of America, Oliver Evans, discusses the kidnapping of animals to be sold Illegally for medical research purposes and sculptor Gordon MacMlllan Hughes fashions a bird out of steel with an acetylene torch. Other guests are singers Glsele MacKenzie and the DeJohn Sisters, and comedians Schrelber and Burns. (1VS hours) . 3:00 P.M. Movie "Stage Fright" stars Jane Wyman and Marlene Dietrich In a good 1950 mystery about a man who is suspected of murdering the husband of the woman he loves, and his attempt to locate the real murderer. Exciting chase. (Two hours) Supermarket Sweep Groceries are prizes of this same. 3:30 P.M. Q Marshal KGUN Local show for children. (One hour) 4:00 P.M. J Lloyd Thaxton Show (C) A record by the Beatles and the appearance of Lou Rawls who presents "Three O'clock in the Morning" and "Du Blst Die Llebe" are attractions of this program. (One hour) Debbie Watson Portrays "Tammy" Channel 9, 7 p.m. 4:30 P.M. Q Family Movietime "The Lady From Texas" star? Howard Duff and Mona Freeman in a fair 1951 story of a wandering buckeroo and a young girl who defend an eccentric from being adjudged insane. A lot of talent in a wacky movie. (IVi hours) 5:00 P.M. Q Woman's, Pictorial Business Reports Â© Marshal Dillon (R) Western stories. 5:25 P.M. 0 English for the Spanish 5:30 P.M. O Huntley-Brinkley Report (c) Â© Cronkite with News (C) ' Evening 6:00 P.M. O Weather, Sports, News Q Sea Hunt (R) Â© 6 O'Clock News 6:30 P.M. O Trails West 0 Discovery (R) AÂ«ry L*la Grimes shows now wind, teat, :old, and rain combine to weather roctu and break mem down, 13 Flintstones (C) 'o avoid a violin recital. Fred agrees to iave one of Wllma's "oW school chums" escort her. Hogan's Heroes (C) Hogan convinces Kommandant Kllnk that llnk has extrasensory perception in an ttempt to leam the design of a noiseless ilrcraft engine. 7:W PJH. Q Hank (C) he Dodgers' baseball star Maury Wills guest stars as himself and gives Western fate's coach a much needed assist after Â·lank pleads for Maury's help. What's New Murl Deuslng describes the methods of claiming territory used by song sparrows nd herring gulls In following the family cycle of birds. _| Tammy (C) Lavlnla plots to have Lucius tailed so he can't sing to the Tarleton cow during he milking contest at the fair. Debbie Watson stars as Tammy. _ Gorner Pyle (C) Sergeant Carter envisions a glamourous week-end when Gofner Invites him to share an all-expense-paid trip to Las Vegas until he learns Comer's Idea of excitement Is a visit to Hoover Dam and a museum. 7:30 P.M. O Mr. Roberts (C) Queen Konah (guest star Keely Smith) proposes marriage to Captain Morton, who turns her down and the officers of he USS Reluctant are tied to stakes for burning. _J Meant For Reading This second program on satire explores the humorous article by Frank Sullivan, "Brothers In N.G.S." Q Addams Family A cowardly veterinarian Is summoned 'o treat ailing Kitty Kat, the lion. _J Smothers Brothers Dick Smothers is In charge of the Pandora Beauty Pageant, and brother Tom nas a candidate. 8:00 P.M. _) Man From U.N.C.L.E. (C) Solo and Illya must capture a ring of Mafia Â· typÂ« thieves whose operations hreaten the economic stability of the world. (One hour) _J Heritage Robert Frost discusses education In the 20th century and the directions of oor lives. 3 Best of Movies (C) The Three Worlds of Gulliver" stars Kerwln Mathews and Jo Morrow In a very good 1940 fantasy about the land of Lllllput where people are only six Inches hlBh. Based on Swift's novel, (two hours) _| Trials of O'Brien Peter Falk stars as attorney O'Brien In an hour of satire and suspense. IB Lassie (R) When Ujsie picks Rvtlfi Mcfttt ti flv winner of a piano at a C.T.A. mfttt, 3, en/foul newcomer to thÂ» eitnmwnit-. spreads rumor t of lolli/sion. fcM AJN. CJ Top Cat (C) New Casper Cartoons (C) 'Ttanand Jerry (C) 'V AJW. Arthur N. Pack On "Desert Trails" Channel 13, 5 p.m. tomorrow 8:30 P.M. 3 USA: Photography The life of ducumentary photographer Dorothea Lange Is examined. 9:00 P.M. Sammy Davis (C) Sammy Is host to Jonathan Winters, the Andrews Sisters, the Supremes and singer Johnny Hartman. He sings "This Will Be My Shining Hour," "Keeping Out of Mischief," "On A Clear Day" and "Be Bom." (One hour) Festival Tolstoy's "Anna Karenlna" Is presented and features stage and screen star Claire Bloom In the title role and Sean Connery as Count Vronsky. (One hour, SS minutes) . The Wild, Wild West Jim West and Artemus Gordon must protect a South Sea Island prince (Nick Adams) who Insists on visiting a health resort where assassins wall to kill him. Dana Wynter stars as the leader of the conspirators. (One hour) 10:00P.M. OQfB News, Weather 10:15 P.M. Q Tonight Show (C) Hosts arc Ed McMahon and Skltch Henderson with guests Andre Prevln, Johnny Desmond, Jim Backus, singer Miriam Makeba and Sam Levenson. (45 minutes) Q Movie "The Spoilers" stars Anne Baxter ant! Jeff Chandler in a good 1Â»Â» adventure about wilderness Yukon ruled and almost ruined by spoiler's gold and greed. (One lour, 45 minutes) 10:30 P.M. TO Twilight Zone (R) 10:55 P.M. 0 Campus News 11:00P.M. Movie _, . Â·Niagara" stars Marilyn Monroe and Joseph Gotten In a good 1953 mystery story about guilt and Innocence when a disturbed war veteran Is marked for murder on his honeymoon by an unfaithful e. u Merv Griffin , ,. Actors Tony Randall and Vlttorlo Gassman, comic Sandy Baron, actress Pamela Tiffin and Skip Cunningham are quests Cunningham sings and dances to "Blues In the Night" and "I'm Searching For a Girl." 12 Midnight I Peter Gunn (R) Q Fury During a serious drought, two lumbw lacks set off a dynamite charge wtjio results in fire and trouble. Q Manilla Gorilla (C) (E) Quick Draw McGraw (C)' ID: N AJW. ;;.,, Q Movietime "Venus Meets the Son of Hercates""itaV Roger Browne In a 19Â« spectacular .abbi Venus's attempt to 'divert attentlon..frqt Princess Daphne. Dubbed In English. (U hours) v t . , J Q Bugs Bunny (C) 3 Sky King (E) Â·'" Ky uses a torn collar bearing a laundf.- mark to- help track down a man . wb Â· as beaten up several Chinese. v*. _Â· 1C:3Â«AJM. Q Milton the Monster (C);"Linus the Lionhearted (Q)" 11:01 AJW. Hoppity Hooper (C) _ My Friend Flicka (C) (ft)'' Ken almost loses his horse when settler move near his father's ranch and clair iverythlng on their land. Including Flicks. 11:3Â»AJW. 3 Movie Hour I . ".,, . 'Hero of Rome" stars Gordon Scott .In a adventure spectacular. (ivi hows).. Q American Bandstand ' - iecordlng stars Chris Montei and ,B.- J Thomas sing. Host Dick Clark Interview: Doug Sahn, of the Sir Douglas Quintet 'One hour) Â·Â«Â· * B Heckel Jeckel (C) Â·.Â·Â«. . Afternoon 12 NOON ^: (D N.I.T. Basketball (C) _,7 The first-round game of the 2Wh annual National Invitational Basketball Tournament from Madison Square Gardenrtfea- urei thÂ» University of San Francisct Dons and the Penn State Nlttany EHons. Frank Gilford and Tom Kelly are- com mentators. (Two hours) ; " 12:30 P.M. ~Â«,,' Q Tombstone Territory ; , . 1:MP.M. Â« Â· - - . - , O Movie Hour II ^--~- Â·Stage Fright" stars Jane Wyman- and Marlene Dietrich In a good 1Â«0 mystery directed by Alfred Hitchcock about a man who Is suspected of murdering" the husband of the woman he loves. Exciting chase. Â· Â»." Â» Championship Bowling -- Bu.ti Fazio and Andy Marzlch comneit. 1:30 P.M. ' i :* _) Pro Bowlers Tour Â·"- The action Is from St. Paul, Minnesota. (VA hours) ^ 2:W P.M. ft; _| Golf Classic Defending champions Bruce Devlin and Bob Charles meet Dave Marr and Tommy Jacobs at La Costa Country Club, Csrls- bad, Calif. (One hour) ., ."' . 3:00 PJW. rr Q Wonderful World of Golf XC) Former PGA champ Dow FlnsteiwaW plays Filipino golf pro Ben Arda'tt-tne mountain Â· ringed Valley Golf Cluos-on Luion In the Philippines with -Cehe Saraien as host-commentator. (One hour) 'Q Wide World of Sports "Â·-'" The NCAA Indoor Track and Field championships from Detroit and the National Tourist Trophy Motorcycle champlotishlp from Gardena, Calif, will be coVeretf. (lÂ«, Hours) .y (E) People Are Funny : 3:30 P.M. y IB Rifleman Â»"-Â·' 4:96 P.M. TM Q Sergeant Preston Â»"--* "Source of the Wilderness" Is the namt of this story. ~ '"* Q) Cartoons Saturday Morning 6:50 A.M. ffi Farm, Ranch Roundup 7:00 A.M. Q The Jetsons (C) C0 Captain Kangaroo The Captain shows the story of "Chrislo- pbtr Robin at Buckingham Pallet and a',Ks bovs and girls to watch the story oi "Puff, the Magic Dragon." Town Clown is kept from reading his nswspaoer by a chair, sunflower and ladybugs. (One hour) 7:15 A.M. Q Light Time 7:30 A.M. Q Atom Ant (C) Q Cartoon Carnival 8:00 A.M. O Secret Squirrel (C) Q Porky Pig (C) C0 Mighty Mouse (C) 8:30 A,M. Q Underdog (C) Q Trie Beatles (C) Claire Bloom *'" In "Anna Karenina" ,^V' Channel 6, 9 pan. ~~4:30 P.M. Q Scherer-McNeill Report T(G) Q Greatest Show on Earth'fR) (C) -Â·- Episode is called "Leaves in the Wind." (OnÂ« hour) Â·* Â© Network News (C) ', . 5:00 P.M. J,,\ O Sports Report--Gary Frank Â© Desert Trails n Â· Arthur N. Pack, Tuc:an civic leader and co-founder of the Araon.vSonora Desert Museum, talks about his new boolf, an aulcbiograohy, "We Called I! Ghost Ranch" Desert animals shown Include a wildcat, coyote, pack rat and a western horned owl. jr., 5:30 P.M. O Flipper (C) Â· '* Part One of a two-part story tells.fjpw Flipper is used by the Navy to, jjptP reh.-.biliKVe a diflcult dolphin in its research program. Ozzie and Harriet (C) When repairs at the law office make tt necessary tor Dave and Rick to move for a few days, they decide to use OavÂ« and June's apartment. Â© Jackie Gleason Thirteen-year-old pianist Kurt AltÂ«r _ of San Antonio. Texas, singer Marion Colby and Frank Fontaine are headllrwrs. Yourtg Alber will play Â» portion of Mwut's Piano Concerto No, 33, Miss Colby, singi "Put the Blame on Mame" and Fontaine presents "If I Had MY Way." (One-Hviur) Information in these listings Is provided by the televlsier networks and local stations. 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