Television: The San Francisco Massacre

It is freely acknowledged by San Francisco's way-gone Don Sherwood (TIME, Sept. 9) that he is the world's greatest disk jockey. But when he gets too far away from his records, he tends to set some—chiefly for wild talk, editorializing and plain old airborne nonsense. Tireless champion of all underdogs, Sherwood thought that he had found a great cause last April: New Mexico's Navajo Indians. Commentator Sherwood was soon berating the U.S. Government for freezing Navajo funds (it has not), arguing that the tribe is ill fed, ill housed (it is not), trying to prove the Indian kids are badly educated...

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