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It is over-written. dispassionate to a fault and weighed down by various studies that have all the right figures, all the strong conclusions and none of the impact television can and should provide. "This is a program about a stark, painful reality," narrator Herib Kaplow observes in the show. "It's about families who find it difficult or impossible to pay for medical care for their children. And so it's about inadequate care or no care at all." Moments earlier, an impover- shed Appalachian mother has recounted how a doctor at a l o s p i t a l emergency room turned away her seriously ill son because she couldn't immediately pay for the boy's hospitalization. She says when she told the physician she lacked both cash and medical insurance, the doctor told her: "Well, just lake him home and give him some aspirin." This is intended la be the reality of which Kaplow speaks, but nowhere do we learn any details --the type of insurance she meant, the nature of her son's illness, or even the name of the doctor and what he. might have to say in his own defense. It seems to typify a basic flaw in the show, a reluctance to stray from easily researched statistics for detailed stories of children who need and aren't getting adequate health care. There are several heartbreaking interviews with such children and their parents, but no specific follow-ups, no grill- ings of the officials directly responsible for seeing that the kids are helped. Today In History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Wednesday, July 17. the 198th day of 1974. There are 167 days left In the year. Today's highlight in history: On t h i s date in 1036, the Spanish Civil War began as General Francisco Franco led army forces In a revolt against Spain's government. On this dale: In 1821, Spain ceded Florida to the United States. In 1898, during the Spanish- American war, the Spaniards surrendered to the Americans at Santiago, Cuba. In 1917, during World War I. the British royal family changed its name from Hanover to Windsor. In 1955. Arco, Idaho, became the first community in the world to receive all its light power from atomic energy. In 1958, British paratroopers landed in Jordan at the request of King Hussein as he attempted to keep order. In 1365, U.S. B52 bombers from Guam made their first strikes In Vietnam in support of Allied ground operations. Ten years ago: The three nations of the ANZUS security pact--Uie United States, Australia and New Zealand--met in Washington on critical problems in Vietnam and other countries of Southeast Asia. Five years ago: The Apollo 11 spacecraft, with its three astronauts, passed the halfway point on its flight to the moon for man's first landing. One year ago: Afghanistan was proclaimed a republic after a palace coup that ended the 40-year rule of King Mohammed Zahir Shah. Today's birthday: Emperor Halle Selassie of Ethiopia is 82 Thought for today: I haven't got time to be tired--King Wilhelm the First of Prussia, 17971888. Prosecution To Complete Case Against Reinecke WASHINGTON (AP) -- The prosecution is expected to complete its ease today in (he perjury trial of California Lt. Gov. Ed Reinecke. Among the scheduled final government witnesses in U.S. District Court were Clark MacGregor. former campaign director for President Nixon, and Rep. Bob Wilson, D-Calif. The issue in the trial revolves around when Reinecke talked to former Ally. Gen. John N. Mitchell about a pledge of financial support that a subsidiary of International Telephone and Telegraph Corp. J m a d e to the 1972 Republican National Convention.