Daily News from New York, New York on January 2, 1972 · 249
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Daily News from New York, New York · 249

New York, New York
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Sunday, January 2, 1972
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r-1 CI r i CO l-rj mm ROUNDUP liyVAL ADAMS TlIERE IS A NEW KID on the block who is kicking up his heels and clamoring for attention. He is Don ImuSt 28, a Californian of W'el.-h, English, Polish, and Jewish extraction, who is maitre A' of Imus in the Morning over WNBC from 5 to 'J a.m., Monday throug-h Fridays. His aim in life, as he puts it, "is to be entertaining-, funny, and get paid not necessarily in that ordpr." Imus made his WNBC debut on Dec. 2. The next morning, he overslept and failed to show up, l) s Don Imus Early morning disc jockey but he hasn't missed an engagement since. A former railroad brakeman for the Southern Pacific, Imus started on radio 3Vi years ago after attending a disc jockey school in Los Angeles. He worked for three stations in California (KJOY, Stockton, fired him for running an Eldridge Cleaver look-alike contest) and at W'GAR, Cleveland, before coming here. Some of the Imus material, which he writes ("I also steal a lot," he said), is surprising and refreshing. Last Monday, in an imitation of David Brinkley, he reported the results of a busing project in which Julian Goodman, NBC president, sent 61 white TV executives to the Clean-as-a Mother car-wash in South Philadelphia and brought 51 black car-wash employes to Rockefeller Center. It was done, Imus said, to jriva the blacks greater job satisfaction and the NBC executives an awareness of every-day livin?. The execs found difficulty in operating shammies, soap machines, and buffing devices, but the former car-washf-rs had no trouble in adjusting to a three-hour lunch. I MUS FRF:QI'F:NTI.V TRIES OUT new characters. Last Tuesday, he cast himself as Tricky Dick, used-car dealer, and exhorted buyers to visit his lot across from lfiOO Pennsylvania Ave. He also read a !.it-on letter calling for a return of Amos 'n Andy and those trouble-free times in America. It was signed, he said, by William F. Buckley Jr. The writer of another letter said, "1 like your treasonous show; I'm a radical like you," and asked for the names of Imus' relatives nd all organizations to which he belonged. It was signed, said the sooofer, by J. Edgar Hoover. Imus, who refers to Perry Bascom, WNBC general manager, as Mr. Vicious, insists in private that he is not anti-Kstablishment and is not out to sell any political or social point of view. But in the ratings game, he's out to get John Gambling on WOR. Every half hour, Imus' show plays a musical jingle saying, "Gambling, your rambling days are through." .&mi radio- WMC 570 WABC 770 INS 1010 WFAS 1230 WEVO 1330 WVOX 1460 WICC 600 WNVC 830 WHN 1050 WGBB1240 WPOW 1330 WHOM 1480 WvNJ 620 WCBS 880 WHLI 1 lOO WADO 1280 WBNX 1380 WTHE1520 WNBC 660 WPAT 930 WNEW 1 1 30 WGLI 1290 WNJF 1430 WQXR1560 WOR 710 WWDJ 970 WLI8 1190 WVIP 1310 WBAB 1440 WWRL1600 5 00 a m 7:00 a m. 8 00 a.m.-3 IX) a m. 10 00 a m-iO 15 a m.-10 30 a m 12 00 noon 1 00 p m. 1 30 pm. 2 30 p.m- 3 00 p m.- If) pm - 4 JO pm 7 00 p m 7.00 p.m. 7.00 p m. 8:10 p.m. 10:30 p.m. 10 35 p m 11 00 p.m. 1115 pm 12 00 mid. 1201 am. MORNING News and Information features (Continuous 24 -WCBS News Radio 33. hours a day). WNBC Suburban Report; Rep. Lester Wolff. -WABC Press Conference; City Health Services Administrator Gordon Chase. -WNBC The Voice of El Coqui; Amalia Betanzos, host WABC Report to the People; Councilwoman Ruth Lerner. -WABC Attention New York; Rep. Herman Badillo. host. Candido DeLeon. - WNYC- Lee Grahjm Interviews; Executive Se-jreUry to Mayor Lindsay Ed.vard A Morrison How the City Handles People's Complaints." AFTERNOON - WNYC Special R"pjrt. "Income Tax Instructions for Spanish Communities." - WNEW Jonathan Schwartz Show. Music, talk, news -WCBS National Football Conference Championship Game; Cowboys-49ers. -WNYC Public Interest With Frederic Berman. "The State of the City and the World From a Teenagers Point of View." - WNYC Asia Society Presents; Thomas B. Manton. "Ch;na in Our M'dst." -WNBC Amencm Football Conference Championship Game; Dolphins-Colts. -WNYC- Opra Topics With Lorenzo Alvary; "1971 Vocal Contest in Vercelli, Italy" (Part 2) EVENING WNBC- Pro Hotkey. Bi urns-Rangers (Joined in po'.ress). WCR Hour of Decision; Rev. Billy Graham (Also on WNBC al 10 pm., WHN at 11 pm.) -WriN Ad Beat. Edmund Meyer, others. - WHN Pro Basketball: Nets-Colonels. -WHN These Are Your Schools; Joy Fischer, hoit. "College Opportunities." (Also on WNBC at 11:30 p.m.). -WCBS Face the Nation, National Football League Commissioner Pete Rozelle. -WABC Conference Call; "Highlights of the Past Year." WOR Barry Farber Discussion Show. WNBC Sc.l of Reason; Dr. Randolph Chase, others. -WINS News and information features (Continuous 24 hours a day). .FRJORADIO- WSOU 89.5 WKCR 89.9 wruv 90.7 WNVC 91. S WHOM 92.3 WLIR 92.7 WPAT 93.1 WVOX 93.5 WNYC 93.9 WFME 94.7 WPLJ 95.5 WQXR 96.3 WNBC 97.1 WEVO 97.9 WML I 98.3 WOR 98.7 WBAI 99.5 WVNJ 100.3 WCBSIOI.1 WPIX 101.9 WBAB 102.3 WNEW 102.7 WTFM 103.5 WWYO103.9 WNCN 104.3 WRFM 105.1 WNBI 105.9 WVIP 106.3 WRVR 106.7 WUB 107.S 6:00 a.m. WPIX Rock Music; Ted David (Stereo). 6 00 a.m. WCBS "The Pop Chronicles"; Musical special to cover the last 20 yean of pop music (To I a.m. Monday). 9:00 a m. WHOM Songs Italian Style (To 1 p.m.). 10:45 a.m. WRVR Riverside Church Service of Worship (Alto it 8:15 p.m.). 11:30 a.m. WFUV Catholic Mass From Fordham University. 12 00 noon WPIX Rock Music; Steve Clark (Stereo). 12:30 p.m. WBAI Playhouse; Shakespeare's "As You Like It" (Recorded). 1:00 p.m. WRVR Just Music With Scott Fields; Mozart's "The Mags Flute," other selections. 4:00 p.m. WLIB National Core; Core National Director Roy Innis. "Projraro of the Upcoming Year." 5 00 p.m. WPIX Rock Music; Gus Gossert (Stereo). 6 00 p. m. WFUV Box at the Opera; Anthony Cogoi. host Wagner's "Lohena in." 8:30 p.m. WNBC Meet the Press; American Economic Association Presto -nt John Kenneth Galbraith. 05 p.m. WVNJ Great Albums of Opera; RosstnTs "Barber of Seville." 11:00 p.m. WPIX Rock Music; Dermis Quinn (Stereo). , - -. - ... :'j. Saturday Star Mr v 4 f 1 IL SUSAN CLARK plays an astronaut's wife in Saturday's ABC-TV movie, "The Astronaut," starring Jackie Cooper, Monte Markham, and Robert Lansing, on ABC at 8:30 p.m. Unscramble these six Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form six ordinary words. I that IctamlUd u&d. cam IWi;iJ.'l:lt1:l.'!.H.I,!.M:i.:HTa BEJOCT I U I Mooym p-n 1 SABDUR k A I I 1 WALLOH j LJ 1 LATBEL i n I iv A lj . KLACEY -;- ) 1 1 f w I I ! I AN EN6A6EV1ENT RIN& V FOR K.ICS. J Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Prist Kit StlftPIHSf INSWflt km THE A X A J K A. A A Opera Encore NET Opera's higrhly-acclaimed production of "The Queen of Spades," starring contralto Jennie Tourel, Philippine soprano Evelyn Mandac and tenor Vahan Khanzadian. will be repeated as a Special of the Week presentation on Channel 13 at 8 p.m. tomorrow. (Answers will appear next week) Answers to last week's Jumble: Hairdo, Pitied, Gambit, Engulf, Thwart, Weasel. People who are this have a slightly lower standing DOWN-AT-THE-HEEL. nble book No. 5, new paperback with 100 4-wori Jumbles and 10 6-word one, k now on sa!e for 60c at THE NEWS Information Bureau, 220 E. 42nd St (ope from 9 U 6 p.m. Mon.-Fri.). For mail order, send 85c (check or m.t. payable to New York News) to JUMBLE, THE NEWS, P.O. Box 1514, New York N.Y. 10017. Jumbl ocirs 1, 2, 3 and 4 are stiB available at 60c each or 85c by mail. Please order JooK.et by numbers listed above. N.Y.C. residents add 4c sales tax per book; UmT M.Y. State resident! add acplicablt tax. 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