Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 17, 1967 · Page 19
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Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, May 17, 1967
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-WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1967 T U C S O N D A I L Y C l T f T E N PAGE I* TRIENDLY'S PROJECT Educational TV News Promises To Be Great By CYNTHIA LOWRY * in audiences. We are trying to I NEW YORK (AP) -- A live recreate the climate of a time when the cost of air time did not price experimentation out of the market." Westin, he said, will operate with a staff of perhaps 50--they have over 1,000 .applications-and most of them are young and aggressive. jveekly news review on a net- ^ivork of more than 125 educa- ^ iional television stations prom- Jses to be the brightest, freshest --and most controversial--spot on the dials next season. The experimental project, ;. underwritten by a $10^milUon grant from the Ford Foundation for two years, is scheduled to ?tart Oct. 29. It will be on Sunday nights for at least three hours, perhaps even four. · It was conceived by Fred W. Friendly, the rangy giant who last year stormed out of CBS News, of which he was president, after the parent network Broadcast a rerun of "I Love Lucy" instead of covering a for'. eign affairs hearing by a Senate ; committee. He is now a television adviser for the foundation. 1 Although he has a parent's IJjve for his brainchild, Friendly ftas turned it over to a trusted former associate to avoid being both a donor and recipient of ; the Ford funds. ·' Even so, ( he talks about the · plans as "we," rather than "they," who are former CBS News producer Av Westin, executive producer of the series, and h'is staff. "We're really trying to turn the clock back to the not distant past when television time was not so expensive," Friendly explained. "When air time became so expensive, the commercial networks had to go for the lowest common denominator "Commercial worst sins are television's of omission," will stir up news operations on the commercial networks. He believes that the popular TV documentary form is outmoded --"There has got to be more than that because the one thing Friendly said. "Our program, if it were going now, would be taking a look at this business about the cost of drugs. It would have taken up the Ralph Nader book. It -should be controversial and not afraid to look at Harlem's problems, at Vietnam, the death 'of a newspaper, theater--everything. I "Sure, it will make a lot of people angry. Sure, there will be rotten nights, but there will also be nights when you want to see and hear more. There will be things with which you disagree violently. There will plays that shock you. You are going to hear opinions from everybody from the lunatic left to the lunatic right, and even the lunatic center." Friendly, always a mover and shaker, believes the program that television does uniquely is make the viewer participate.' He thinks that where commercial television, because of assorted pressures, tends to be bland, public television, without sponsors, should bite, sting generate excitement, curiosity and emotion. "It's not my baby any more,' he said, "but I think it's pretty exciting.' He glanced at a framed sign in his office. It said: "If you believe in great things, you may be able to make other people believe in them." Obviously, he does and has. PLUMBING HEATING (OOUNG (All fOfi REUABLf NAUGHTON PLUMBING MIES (0. PH. 294-2684 Mobile Radio To Get Break WASHINGTON (UPI)--Chair- Ihairman Rosel H. Hyde of the 'ederal Communications Commission says more and clearer adio channels will be assigned police departments, taxi companies and others who use nobile radio. Hyde told a National Manu- 'acturers Association g r o u p Tuesday that congestion and ARIZONA'S LARGEST AQUARIUM Tucson's Ntwnt 4 Firwri CetUctien of Tropic*! Fish Mtriiw FisH It Gold Fish 5056 E. Broadway 327-6375 MM. thru Thur. 1M '(Mi Sun. 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CB Tell the Truth; CBS News Guessing game 1:30 P.M. G You Don't Say Panel show. Q Dark Shadows Suspense storv CD From The Border Variety show from Nooales. Oscar Stevens, host. (IVi hours) fB Edge of Night Continuing series wllh Lawrence Huoo. 2:00 P.M. O Match Game; NBC News O Afternoon Movie Mel Ferrer and Anthony Quinn star In "The Brave Bulls," a good 1951 drama about a matador. (Two hours) CB Secret Storm Problem clay. 2:30 P.M. O Girl Talk Discussion program. Mike Douglas Show Guesf performers appear. (I'/j hours) 3:00 P.M. 3 Movie Duel In ttw Forest," wllh Maria Srtiell and Kurt Juroens Is B 1959 drama about an 18th century Robin Hood. (Two hours) (D Spanish Film "Hllos de la oalle" cori Andres Solter V Evlta Munoz. (Una hora y media) 4:00 P.M. Q Marshal KGUN Lncai show tor children CB Merv Griffin Merv welcomes guest personalities. U'A hours) 4:30 P.M. Q Sea Hunt Scuba-diving tales star Lloyd Brldses Cartoons 5:0*' P.M. Woman's, Pictorial Business Reports News -- Jennings Country Music Time Grand Ole Oprv with western songs. 5:25 P.M. English for the Spanish 5:30 P.M. Huntley-Brinkley Report News in Action Danny Thomas Show §·3*1 A.M. Q Hollywood Squares Game show Q One In A Million Gama show with Danny 0"NeU. CD Dick Van Dyke Comedy. Rerun. 10:00 A.M. Q Jeopardy Game Q Everybody's Talking Game show with Lloyd fhaxton, host. CD Love of Life; CB? News Melodrama with Audrey Peter*. 10:30 A.M. O Guess Garre; NBC News Q Donna Reed Comedy. Rerun GO Search; Guiding Light Pooular serials. 11:00 A.M. News, Reports -- Dick Mayers, Paul Mayer I The Fugitive Stories of a search. Rerun. (One hour) Beaver Comedy. Rerun 11:30 A.M. Q Deal Game; NBC News CB As the World Turns Continuino story with Helen Wagnir. UICARDO MONTALBAN, JOANNE DRU In Murder Mystery Channel 4, 9 p.m. 8:00 P.M. O I Spy Repeat The young ruler of a foreign country visits Las Veoas on a vacation, and agents Robinson and Scott guard him Irom an assassin's threat. (One hour) Q International Magazine Journalist David Weber reports on stories from abroad. (One hour) CB Danny Kaye Repeat. Actor Tony Randall, singer ViK- kl Carr and pianist Stan Worth are guests lor an hour of music and comedy. Moppet Victoria Meverlnk chats wllh Dnnny In Ihe "sit down" closing of the program. 9:00 P.M. CJ Bob Hope Theater Rlcardo Montalban and Joanne Dru star In "To Sleep, Perchance lo Scream, a drama bout a private eye and a secretary who clash on the trail ot a murderer. Lola Albright and Pat Mingle also star. (One hour) O Showcase John Gay's musical satire. "The Beggar's Opera,' tells of Inmates of London's Newgale prison In the 18th century who Improvise their version of a lusty opera based on their own lives. Stars are Shlrl Conway, Howard da Sllva, Linda Lavln and Barry Morse. 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Broadway SHOP AT SEAKS AND SAVE jlSears 296-7661 »r A*S, _ANn. ro, Tucson Radio Network Stations KCUB (1290)--Mutual Broadcasting System (MBS). Adult popular music. MBS news on the hour and half-hour. Broadcasts continuously except midnight Sunday to 6 a.m. Monday. KOLD (1450)--Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) Adult and pop music. News periods: 7-9:10 a.m.; 11:30 a.m.-12:35 p:m.; 4-6:15 p.m. Broadcasts 6:30 a.m. to mid-night Monday through Saturday; 7:30 a.m. to mid-night Sundays. KCEE (790)--National Broadcasting Co. (NBC). Popular, semi-classical and classical music. News on the hour. Broadcasts 6 a.m. to midnight, except Saturday until 1 a.m. KTUC (140C)--American Broadcasting Co. (ABC) Adult popular music. News 5 minutes before the hour and at the half hour; special newscasts 8 a.m., 9:35 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 5:45 p.m., 7 p.m.-Broadcasts continuously. Independent Stations KXEW (1600)--Spanish Language. Latin music. Three news programs daily. Broadcasts 5 a.m. to sunset. KAIR (1490)--Adult popular, semi-classical and sacred music; Christian programs. Four news programs Monday through Friday at 8 a.m., ?0 a.m., 12 noon, 5 p.m. Broadcasts 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. 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. ITHQS (940)--Country and Western music. News on the half-hour. Broadcasts continuously. KMOP (1330)--Country music. News, sports and wea ther at 20 minutes after the hour. Broadcasts 5 a.m to sunset daily. WEDNESDAY, «:« P.M. BASEBALL. California Angels vs Kansas City Athletics. (KCUB 1290) WEDNESDAY, 8:55 P.M. BASEBALL. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Houston Astros. (KTUC 1400) Humorous series. Cronkite with News PAUL NEWMAN Slars In Drama Channel 9, 7 p.m. MODEL 38 fD 9:30 Surfside B P.M. Sandy Wlnlleld and Knn Madison trv to save » society beauty from murder. Repeat. (One hour) CB Gomer Pyle Repeat. Gomer gets In trouble when he borrows Sergeant Carter's car without permission. 9:45 P.M. £J Olympics Preparation Chris Schenkcl narrates an up-daled look at Mexico CHy and Ihe work golno on (here as the cily prepares to host the 1968 Summer Games. . 10:00 P.M. Q News and Weather EJ News in Amhn CB Nightline News 10:15 P.M. Q Tonight Show Johnny Carson greets guests. (45 mini.) 10:30 P.M. Q Campus News 0 Joey Bishop Show Comedian Jack E. Leonard vlslls. ll'.i hours) flj Las Vegas Show Dill Dana hosts varied entertainment. CB Perry Mason The case of the witless witness. (One hour) 11:00 P.M. Q Movie Llndi Crlstal and John Saxon stir In "Cry Tough," a good 1959 mystery about a Puerto Rlcan torn between his home life and pressures of a gang. CB Hitchcock Presents; News Repeat. Thriller stories. IZ MIDNIGHT Q Peter Gunn; News Repeat. Adventures of » detective. Afternoon 12 NOON Q Days of our Lives Drams about « orofessor-ohvslclin. O Newlywed Game (0 Password Quiz Game 12:30 P.M. Q The Doctors Velodrama. Q Dream Girl; Women's News Beautv Mawnl contest (B House Party Art Llnkleiter hosts a variety program, Including Interviews wllh school children. Film star Kirk Douglas Is shown In Mexico city. 1:00 P.M. Q Another World Dramatic episodes 0 General Hospital Medical serial. (B Tell the Truth; CBS News Characters Involved In human-Intern! news stories trv to stump th« pant I. 1:30P.M. Q You Don't Say Panel show. 0 Dark Shadows Mystery narrative (D From The Border Oscar Stevens hosts a variety show trom Nogales. (IVj hours! Edge of Night Continuing series with Lawrence Hugo. 2:00 P.M. Q iMatch Game; NBC News Afternoon Movie Phflr" with Jack Lemmon and Judv Hollldav Is a very good 19M comedy about a couple who divorce ind then find they .. _ . are discontent o1h«r. (Two hours) Qj) Secret Storm Problem play. without wen Thursday Morning Evening KORATRON America's btrongest young men s Ushion! A f r e s h v i g o r o u s s t y l e p o w e r e d b y rich, n e v e r - b e f o r e heather tones and SIZES 26-38 S 7 oo OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. SUN. 1 1 to 4 W E L C O M E H E R E AT BOTH STORES GOLDWYN'S 707 E. FT. LOWELL ROAD AND 4704 EAST BROADWAY Ihe attempled spirited white stallion. (Hi 6:00 P.M. Weather, Sports, News Adventure Story called "Bombs Away." CJI M c l l a l e s Navy Prisoner-of-war Fugl fails in iovc wilh native chief's daughter. Re-Issue. News 6:30 P.M. Q The Virginian Repeat. A drama about taming of hours) 3 Planet Earth 3 rogram describes efforts to Increase man's understanding of the lorce of ravily. Batman Repeat. The Penguin (Burgess Meredit,i) ries to trap Batman and Robin Into helping his career in crime. The Flintstones A cu'jltxiy f t g n l cniucs wr.sn ire Pus jles discover an orot'nn on th«ir doors fB Beverly Hillbillies Reoeal. Jettiro deciqct ne m»"rt t go rllla to help him with strcnutu, houw hold chores. 7:00 P.M. Q What's New "The Adventures of Tom S d A v c r · continue, telling of Tom's ticket trafl'ns to obtain a Bible from church school. Q Wednesday Night Movie Repeat Paul N e w m s n and Joanne Woodward star in "From the Terrace, a very good I960 fiim boied or- jonr* O'Hara's novel about one man's rise from poverty !o wealth and Ihe dissolution of his marriage. (T.I hours) CD Stage Eleven Michael Craig and ''i^" 1 * nc Jt m f?,' 3eo ' star In "Upstairs and Downstairs, 1961 story of misunderstood love and baby sitter with the French touch hours) CB Lost In Space Repeat. Doctor Smith sends Jupiter 1 plunging toward an aMtn Planet m the mlstaKen bellv-M^ Is Earth (One hour) 7:30 I .M. Q Young Musicians Pianist Andrew Wolf perform* compositions by Bach, Chopin and Debuisy. 5:50 A.M. ) Farm, Ranch Roundup S:00 A.M. ) Sunrise Semester College credit courses. 6:30 A.M. [B CBS News -- be mi S:55 A.M. Q Reportaje de Noiicias CS State News 7:00 A.M. Q Today Show News and variety. (One hour) (B Captain Kangaroo 's oro- iguana. (One gram are a parrot and an hour I 7:25 A.M. £ T h o u g h t tor the Da;. In.p.rat.oo.i rn ,^' ^ ^ O "ep},er. Sea llone 8:00 A . M . J u d g m e n t ; N e w s Snap td VoV.ahon ivitn two t c j . c i o o r . l v yues noa'i a nc* 9arn? .no.v j competing, edcn witn d ! ina ,i siudio contestant a a ( T w o Q D a t i n g Game CB Candid Camera Comic scenes. Rerun. 8:30 A.M. { Concentration G .me | Hollywood; Doctor John Wayne Is Interviewed. j Beverly Hillbillies Comedy Rerun. 9:00 A.M. O Pat Boone Chad Mitchell talks with Pat, who sings "So Nice" and "I'm Beginning to . the Lighl." O Supennaiket Sweep Cvncenes are orlies o' ims lai't CB 'Vndv of M a y b u r r y Comedy. Rerun. DANNY KAYE Comedy Hour Host Channel 13, 8 p.m. 2:30 P.M. O Girl Talk Discussion program © Mike Douglas Show Agnes Moorehead helps Mifce. welcorn* Ihe rock 'n roll oroup The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, singer Eddie Fisher, comic Flip Wilson. Steve Jacobson (who sives an electricity demonstration) and two members of the Theatre ol the D«f, Louis Fant and Gilbert Eastman. OVi hours) 3:00 P.M. O Movie "It's Never Too Late" with Phyllis Calvert and Patrick Barr, a oood 1961 comedy about a successful authoress who tries to live alone to write In quiet fiut finds she mlsssj her busy family lite. (Two hoursl Q) Spanish Film "El Tesoro de Chucho el Roto" con JO'iquin Coraero y Ana Berta Lips. (Una hora y media) 4:00 P.M. Q Marshal K G U N Local variety show for children. © Merv Griffin Merv 5 9u«t» are Ganevisvs, sinsST* David Soul ard Marion Williams, TV commentator David Sussklnd, actor Hugh O'Brian and Los AnselM Mayor Sam Yorty. O'/j hours) 4:30 P.M. 0 Sea Hunt Scuba-diving tales. Rerun. fll Partonnc; ^^j \* ~i- -·--·-· * * ~ 5:00 P.M. Q Woman's. Pictorial Business Reports Q News -- Jennings Q) Country Music Time ' G r a n d O'« Oory" re-^sue. 5:25 P.M. Q English For The Spanish 5:30 P.M. Q Huntley-Brinklty Report 0 News in Action (D Danny Thomas Show Comedy. Re-lssu*. [0 Cronkite with News 5:40 P.M. O Comment; Magazine .ntervisws, followed by «n hour-Ion* r»- oort on stories from abroad. Information in these Listings is provided by the television networks and local stations. Th« Citizen assumes no responsibility for errors caused by lit* ·hangcs in scheduling

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