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Orson Welles will be inducled into the Entertainment Hall of Fame durinp "Entertain. 'Tfr'at 10 p.m., Saturday- June 1 2 o n l N B C - I \ . Star-selling practice bothers Continued from pnf.r I'.lm solved yet and that he and top NBC management troops are still discussing the question right now. Question: Might not many sponsors take a powder if they learn the "Today" stars no longer can do their commercials? "I guess we'll be faced with that problem." Wald sighed. "But there comes a time when you have to consider this as a question of program structure as well as of program income. And we're at the point now where the structure needs changing, anyway." Will "Today'' s h i f t f r o m its heavy emphasis on news and current events interviews to a lighter format, such as that practiced by ABC's competing "Good Morning, America?" "No, it'll remain basically a news program and basically in the f o r m a t it presently has." Wald said. He was asked, then, what other changes are afoot for "Today,' gan jn January. 1952 .with - - Fred M u g g s , who kept m a k i n g a monkey of himself. "I can't give you an answer for that " Wald shrugged. "It's not because 1 don't want to ... but we're right in the middle of deliberations on what we're going to do." When w i l l t h a t be f i n i s h e d ? "Sometime this summer." he said. And any changes, he added, will be available for public inspection "sometime in September." P3GE fencing promises 3 to 5 times "THE SALZBURG CONNECTION" (1972) **, 9 p.m., Q 23. Inept treatment of Helen Maclnnes' spy thriller with so many plot twists you have to strain to make the story coherent. Every country in the world has an agent out to steal a box of incriminating Nazi war documents that has fallen into the hands of Anna Karina. Representing the United States and democracy is Barry Newman . . . democracy's in plenty of trouble. "THE HONKERS" (1972) **, 9 p.m., ODGD. James Coburn tries hard to overcome a lethargic script in which he plays a self-centered, second rate rodeo performer with enough personal problems to provide a TV soap opera with plots for months. His wife is divorcing him, his son feels alienated and his best friend has his neck broken. Coburn does well in a role suited to his brand of smooth, stylish charm. "FROGS" (1972) **, 11:30 p.m., O CD. Hey now, another W'illard spin-off. This time it's lizards, frogs and snakes that run amok as the ecological balance of a southern island goes berserk. Ray Milland is featured as the head of the family clan gathered on the islÂ£Â«El; and you'll wonder what in the world the ormer Oscar-winner is doing in this mess. Watch lor These T H E P R A C T I C E ( R e p e a t ) "Love and Death." Dr. Jules Bedford I Danny Thomas) prescribes a little tender, loving care for a patient (Marge Redmond) whose will to live is at a low ebb. 8:30 p. m. NBC-TV. 0 Â© (S) US FIOCKFORD FILES ( R e p e a t ) "In Hazard." Attorney Beth Davenport requires R o c k f o r d ' s resourceful talents after she counsels a stock broker in a tax suit, then finds herself in jail and the target of an assassination attempt. 9 p. m. NBC-TV 0 Â© Â© m P O L I C E S T O R Y ( R e p e a t ! "Eamon Kinsella Royce." Jackie Cooper stars as a veteran detective who moonlights as an insurance investigator to finance his daughter's education. In time, his main job and side work come into conflict. 10 p. m. NBC-TV. O Â© Â® Â© Â© SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER 2O% OFF FOR JUNE LET US BUILD YOUR ^ W.VA. ROOM A PORCH FOR ALL SEASONS) IC.b.,Â«.Bdl.'fcollMddU*Â«".Foot boik Â«=ll TMdÂ«J Â·Â· I you o tto'tt ol I. STMm plot Srll-iumg wmcfcml. 3. Jolow I WindoÂ». 3. A.nÂ«g -indow, ,,.. i. Ouin.oll oddn-.oom ll yo .l.,,. i. *. iÂ»pÂ»- s.lf..Â»,io, fciÂ» Â«Â«"Â· vÂ« "Â·Â» "J' 1 intoning ..mpl, *. 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