Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 4, 1965 · Page 7
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FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN SEVIN Give Information On Black Plastic Check Trees For Sawt lies, Says Bednar In response to inquiries regarding the use o! black plastic for mulching vegetables and flowers, Andrew F. Bednar, County Extension director, offers the following information. Black plastic is used mainly on plants that are grown in hills i extremely or spaced several inches apart such as:Muskmelons, watermelons, Squash, Pumpkins, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Eggplant, Okra, Peppers, Strawberries, Lima Beans, Rhubarb, and Roses. Where the looks of black plastic Is distracting (such as in a Jlower bed), it can be covered with a thin layer of sawdust, peat 3r other material. Black plastic shouldn't be used 3n cool season crops such as Broccoli, coiiliflower, cabbage, peas, etc., since these cropps need cool soils. It probably could be used if it were covered with Anyone who has red. Scotch, mugho, Swiss, mountain or jack pine should check his trees now for European pine sawflies, says Andrew F. Bednar. County Extension director. The Sawfly is expected to be numerous this year, according to William E Wallner, M.S.U. Entomologist The larvae of this insect are active from early May to mid- June. Up to this point, t h e y 've probably caused little noticeable injury- But, as they i n crease in size, they can completely destroy pine needles by the middle of June. "The full-gown larvae are seven-eighths inch long," advises Wallner. "They have a black head and a gray-green body with a gray stripe along the side. | "They can readily controlled' written examination, which is a! test of general abilities. Information and applications: may be obtained from the Board) of U.S. Civil Service Examiners'' U.S. Department of Agriculture.; Fort Washington, Pennsylvania ! Application forms or information may also be obtained from Commission offices or post offices Forward applications to the Board of Examiners, U S partment of Agriculture. Washington, Pennsylvania. De- Fort June Declared Dairy Month "Milk Day -U.S.A" was the theme for the 1965 June Dairy Month kick ofi event which was held on June 1. This event launched the annual dairy month campaign which took on an international flavor as U.S. dairymen joined CC Penktranft Bravery Is Habit With Mcrrfrit jj ivcyijiiaiiij i\tt» r AJ« i* . ri .,. , Corps Officer From Michigan Are Classified WORLD'S BIGGEST?—A 45-ton bull named Albert is the pride of Audubon, Iowa, dubbed the "T-Bone Center" and "The Capital of the Beef World." Constructed of steel and concrete, Albert stands 28 feet tall and is 33 feet long. Audubon says it's the largest bull in the world. a thin layer of sawdust or other material which would reflect light. The advantages of using black plastic mulch are that it reduces soil moisture loss by evaporation, prevents weeds from growing due to lack of light, warms soil (warm season crops benefit from the warmer soil), hastens maturity of crops, keeps the fruit cleaner (especially tomatoes), prevents compaction of the soil, prevents the soil surface from drying out and cracking, reduces the amount of hoeing and cultivating needed, reduces the amount of root injury due to cultivation, facilitates the development of roots in the top few inches of the soil where the moisture, oxygen, temperature and nutrients are most favorable for early growth, reduces the amount of hand spading; in small gardens, hills can be worked up and then covered with plastic mulch without working all the soil between the hills. This is especially helpful when you are trying to convert a lawn into a garden. The disadvantages of using black plastic mulch according to Bednar, are: the increased growth of plants grown on black plastic results in greater loss of water by the plant through transpiration. Therefore, on lighter, well-drained soils during dry seasons, it will be more necessary to irrigate mulched crops than crops that aren't mulched. On heavier, wetter soils with high water tables, black plastic much does not always produce favorable results because the moisture content of the soil under the plastic is maintained at too high a level for adequate aeration. Plastic mulch should be laid' in the following manner. The soil should be fertilized using four pounds of 5-20-20 fertilizer per 100 square feet (for vegetables) or as recommended by the broadcast before plowing or spading in the spring and the rest should be raked in lightly before applying the plastic. Then when the amount of moisture is at an optimum level, dig a trench with a hoe and bury about three inches of the plastic in it and cover it up to anchor H down. Then figure out where the other side of the plastic will be, dig a trench and anchor it down. Do the same for both ends. Wind will pull up an entire sheet of plastic if it isn't anchored securely. In lawns or flower gardens, a lawn edger could be used to make a slit in which the edge of the plastic could be placed. Pack the soil down again after anchoring the plastic. v/ith any of the following i n secticides: 50 per cent DDT wettable powder, Sevin four flowable or 98 per cent lead arsenate suspension." The MSU extension specialist says for a 100 gallon mixture you should mix two pounds of 50 per cent DDT wettable powder in the solution ... or one quart of.Sevin four flowable . . or four pounds of 98 per cent lead arsenate suspension. Smaller dosages. . . .three gallons total mixture. . .require 6.2 and 12 tablespoons, r e s - pectively. Wallner explains that the European pine sawfly over- winters in the egg stage on the pine needles, in early May, the eggs hatch and the larvae feed until mid-June. "When mature, the larvae drop to the ground and pipate in the soil until September," he says. "The adult — a black fly- like insect — emerges during ternational milk day. From don to Toyko, dairymen gathered i to remind the world of the important role that dairy foods play in good health. The American Dairy Association sponsored by all the national dairy organizations has prepared an extensive advertising, merchandising, and public relations program to keep enthusiasm for dairy foods at a peak during June. A new commercial will urge, "This summer, let family cookouts go cool and carefree with refreshing dairy foods, take along plenty of ice cold milk, butter up a chicken barbecue, slice cheese favorites for easy sandwiches, scoop up ice cream for fun and flavors, stock up on all your dairy food favorites for outdoor eating because June Dairy Month is here." Billboards will be featuring the "take milk along" theme, also included will be proclama- Families Taking Flight in Stride By PAUL RECER HOUSTON, Tex. <AP) — Young Eddie White heard about his dad taking a solo stroll in space Wednesday, then the youngster went League baseball wasn't worried. I knew it would work out all okay," she said. Her children, Mrs. White said were so proud, "they coulc bust; they just don't know what to do." Mrs. White, wearing a white dress and a blue jacket, and Mrs. McDivitt, her bright blue dress contrasting her dark hair visited the control center short ly after White became the first American to walk in space to a Little j They stayed at the center for 45 game and i minutes, but did not talk to thei ONTONAGON — Selective Service classifications were made at the May meeting of Local Board 70. They are as ollows: 1-A: Eugene A. Hainault. Chrisian V. Holombo. Gary L, Trousil, John O. Guzek, John E elkola, Gary F. Kaarto, Bruce O. Sikkila, Robert H. Hill, Wiliam J. Hemmila, William J. Kariainen, John T Hooper. 1-C Inducted: Gary M Allen, Gerald L. Kenney and James E. Klups. 1-D Member of Reserve Unit: Douglas H. Busslere Jr. and Albert V. Aleknavicius. 1-Y Available for Emergency: August E. Yaunke v lll, Walter J. Lannet, James E." Schlarb. Daniel L, Polo, Allen W. Larson. 1-8 High School Student: Char- struck out his first turn at bat. ] husbands on the communica- Eight-year-old Mike McDi-! tions facilities. Afterward, they vitt, son of Gemini 4 command j returned home. pilot James A. McDivitt, alsoj left September and October and de- j tion from governors, milking con- posits eggs which -.overwinter tests> i ce cream eating contests, within the needles." Varieties of Foods Needed As you plan your garden or expect to buy fruits and vegetables to freeze, you should be aware of varieties. Some kinds have a better texture, flavor and color, when frozen, than others. Here are a few of the more common fruits and vegetables which are excellent for freezing. Asparagus —Mary Washington and California 309. Lima Beans- Fordhook 242, Thorogreen and Thaxter, Broccoli —Waltham 29, | Green Mountain, Spartan Early, Sweet Corn — Carmelc r o s s , Gold Cup, Seneca Chief, lochlef, Peas — Thomas Lexton P r o - gress Strains, Victory Freezer. (Alaska is not suited for freez- ng.) Fruits which are excellent for freezing are: red cherries — montmorency, Peaches — Hale- haven, Elberta, Redhaven, Kal- haven, Rich-haven, Glonaven and Crest-haven, raspberries— Taylor, Latham, Strawberries- Premier Catskill, Sparkle, Gem, Earlidawn, Midway. If you wish the names o f recommended varieties of other fruits and vegetables especially suited for freezing, contact the Courjty Extension office. Ironwood. The free bulletin Home Freezing of Fruits and Vegetables" is available for the asking. butter-making contests and dairy princess contests. ; In 1965. June Dairy Month I adds up to another big push for dairy foods through more food outlets than ever before. Backed whole heartedly by advertising and publicity, the 1965 campaign provides exceptional opportunities for more dairy food sales. First U. S. president not elected to that office was John Tyler, who assumed office on the death of William Henry Harrison. James A the televised coverage of the space flight for baseball, but deserted the game later in favor of a snow cone. His team won anyway. While her husband spun around the world more than 100 miles up, Mrs. Edward H. White spoke hopefully of a vacation in the Colorado Rockies. "I hope to go somewhere with him," Mrs. White, an attractive blonde, told newsmen. "I think they'll give him some time off. If I have my way we'll go to Colorado." Both Mrs. White and Mrs. McDivitt went through the tight security of the Manned Space Center to visit the Mission Control Center. Smiling, but apparently weary, Mrs. McDivitt told newsmen: "We were all having a ball and still are" Mrs. White said she wasn't frightened while her husband was outside the space vehicle and said she recognized his voice when he spoke during the space plunge. "I could hear him laughing. I Strike Meeting Set DETROIT (AP) — Representatives of Parke, Davis & Co. and striking Local 7-176 of the Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers Union were scheduled to meet with mediators here today in a third attempt to end a 31- day strike. St. JEROME'S WORK St. Jerome is remembered for his Latin version of the O 1 d Testament from 'the Hebrew. This is the Vulgate version which is in use among Roman Catholics today East African tribesmen use the tenacious jaws of sold i e r ants to 'close their cuts, the National Geographic says. An injured man draws the two gaping ends of a cut together and Ies E. Manning, Patrick S. Wilson, David T. Nordine, Andrew P. Aho, Paul E. Salonen, Gordon A. Latva, Bruce A Ruu- tlla, Robert F. Gilmer. Ward A Hemming, Jeffery W. Stephen, Gerald D. Kovalainen. John D. Anderson, Arnold A. Aho Richard D. Rowley III Gerald H. Hendrickson and James A. Kitzman. 2-A Occupational: Michael E Illikainen, Clyde D. Calhoun, Vernon R. Almquist, Joseph M Guzek, Gerald J. Monette. Stanley E. Illikainen and Ronald L. Fencil. 2-C Farm: Ronald W. Taro.' 2-S College Student: Arthur W. Korsman, Carl A. Gahlman, Richard C. Cole Jr., Ronald E. Mazurek, John J. O'Brien, Norman C. Ruutlla, Robert E. Colclasure and Robert V. Padjen. 3-A Hardship or Fathers: Dale E. Penegor, Charles W Pert - tu, Thomas G. Bailey and Roger L. Sain. ! 4-A Service Completed: Keith L. Anderson and Daniel R. Vez- zettl. 4-F Lee F. Herman. 5-A Over Age of Liability: Gilbert J. Heard, Sidney L. Penegor, Floryan J. Ostrowski, Bert Nurmi, George W. White, Edward Lahti Jr., Frank L. Lindsey, Donald J. Doyle, Bernard W. Schaffer, Garry M. Dishaw, Charles N. Watt, Dale A By HAL BOYLE A COMMAND POST IN SOUTH VIET NAM (AP) — Recently half the members of Company D, 3rd Reconnais-| saner Battalion of the U.S. Marino 3rd Division were eligible to return to America. But to a man they volunteered for six months more of battle duty here. "Hell, we can't go home and 1 leave the old man to clean up this mess all by himself," said one young Marine. The old man Is Capt. Pat Collins, 32, of orosse lie. Mich- one of the boldest company commanders on the front, a man with whom bravery is a habit. The 4 officers, 80 troops and 3 Navy corpsmen of his company follow him as if he were a battlefield messiah. And he returns their devotion in full measure. "They're exceptionally aggressive," he said. "With men like these, leading them isn't the problem. It's keeping up with them." Pat is stocky and has a deeply tanned face of homely elo- j quencc with Irish blue eyes. In manner he is both brusque and oddly gentle. He served as a corporal in the Korean campaign and put in 26' months at Guantanamo Bay in' Cuba before coming to the Far East seven months ago. In Cuba, he won the Navy Marine Corps Medal, the highest peacetime decoration, and since coming here he was the first Marine in the- Da Nang area to win a Bronze Star for bravery. The captain squirms in em- barrassment when asked about his medals. "In that Cuba thing there were some people caught in a minefield that had to be gotten out," he said, "and as for that Bronze Star I was just trying to get some of our wounded evacuated." What Pat actually did that gained him a Bronze Star was to stand up time and time again under steady heavy enemy fire and personally direct helicopters to a landing zone where they could pick up some of his wounded men. In their first 42 days here, Pat and his men engaged in 32 squad to company size patrols and made 19 contacts with the enemy Their company has been locked in some of the fiercest fire fights in the Marine sector. "Wy have covered every bloody inch of this ground; mostly by foot," said the captain. "The heat and heavy undergrowth make it rough. We carry rifles, 200 rounds of ammo, four grenades and four canteens. W« also try to bring along some allows an ant to bite. When' Brookins, Raymond J. Dishaw the jaws penetrate both sides of and Jacob W. Ojala. the wound, the patient nips off | Standby Reserve - Available: the body, and the head forms a perfect stitch. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS Gordon R. Bittner; not available, Patrick G. Ross; discharged, Raymond D. Piirto, Glenn J. Hoffman and Francis R. Floyd. Ontonagon Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Frank Corr have returned to Ottumwa, Iowa, after spending a few days visiting his brother, James Corr. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grondin have returned to Detroit after spending several days visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Hendrickson. Thomas Hawley has returned from Milwaukee where he completed his freshman year at Marquette University. canned fruit to provide extra fluid "We may go only five miles and come out by helicopter. But on a two-day patrol we have covered 30 miles. Sometimes we have to cut our way or crawl on hands and knees. "The other day we walked for 3Va hours in water up to our armpits. We liked that. It gave us a chance to cool off." The recon company has killed 5 Viet Cong, wounded 16 and probably killed 5 more. It has suffered 3 dead and 16 wounded. "Two of our people have been wounded twice and one Is still with us," said Collins. He added, as if in apology, "I haven't been hit myself once." Culver City, In southwestern Los Angeles County, Calif., ranks with Hollywood in production of motion pictures. NOTICE Dr. Reed's Office Will Be Closed Until June 14th (Out of Town) Dr. Gerald H. Reed Veterinarian Grass Meet Set June 78 A June 18 Turt Grass Conference at the Highland Golf Club six miles vest of Escanaba is expected to attract golf course managers and other persons throughout the Upper Peninsula who are interested in turf management. According to information received by County Extension Director, Andrew F. Bednar. ground keepers and park and cemetery managers are also invited. Starting with registration at 9:15 a.m., the morning program will include a session on grass varieties and management con ducted by Dr. James Beard East Lansing, who is with the Crop Science Department of M.S.U. Dr. Paul Rieke of the M.S.U. Soil Science Department will then discuss soil mixes for See The TRUTH ABOUT COMMUNISM SUNDAY, JUNE 6 Ch. 2, 3 P.M. IRONWOOD COMMUNITY SYSTEM MeLeed Av«« Ironwoed DU1 fS2.1t*l KDAL Channel 3 SATURDAY. JUNE ft 7:00-Mr. Mayor 4:3fl-M-Squad 3:00-Alvin Show 8:30-Tuxedo i:00-Quictt Draw 9:30-MHy Mouse 10:00-Linus the Lionheartcd 10:30-The Jetsons ll:00-Sky King «:30-Flicka 12:00-Bandstand l:00-Nc\v York at Chic.iso 4:00-Belmont StakL-sl2:00-M-Squa'i SUNDAY. JI'NE « 6:00-Gcmini Flight 5:3()-World War 5:00-Sen Hunt 5:30-Shindig 6:30-Jackie Gleason 7:30-Gilligan's Island 8:00-Secrot Agent 9:00-Gunsmoke I0:00-News, Sport* 10:15-King Family ll:15-"Court Martial of Billy Mitchell" 10:00-Camer;i 3 10:30-Lock UP ll:00-Diseovcv.v ll:30-Face The Nation ]2:00-ChicaRO at New York 3:00-Great Music 4:00-Zoorama 4:30-Amateur Hr 5:00-20th Century MONDA-Y 7:45-Five Minutes and soil water management. Dr. Robert Lucas of the same department will follow with a review of nitrogen fertilizer carriers and foliar feeding. ' After a luncheon at the clubhouse, Dr. Beard will review methods for controlling turf pests such as weeds, insects and diseases. Also in the afternoon, Don Thurlow, soil specialist, will provide some soil testing and fertilizer recommendation. After the program, expected to end at 2 p.m., a tour to view the problem areas and control meas- Mulches Cut Garden Weeds Mulching your garden will save you much of the backbreaking work of hoeing for weeds this summer, states Stuart Swenson, Iron County agricultural agent. This is because the mulch shades the ground and prevents small weeds from growing. Mulching also moisture. The sun cannot reach the soil to evaporate moisture from it. The mulch also cuts down on erosion by reducing raindrop impact. Practically any material that will break down and decay in the soil can be used for mulch. Commom materials are straw, lawn clippings, hay, sawdust and ground corn cobs. If you use hay or straw, make sure it is free from weed seeds. Some of these organic materials may tie up nitrogen in the soil. This happens when mulches are decaying in the soil, Swenson ' continues. The soil bacteria willje^o-Bcavcr use up the available nitrogen the soil to decompose the mulch. I T^ca™ i:00-Lassie S:,'IO-Martian 7:00-Ed Sullivan 8:00-The Fugitive 9:00-Candi.l Camera 8:30-My Line? 10:00-Ncws. Sport* 10:15-Viewpoint 3 I0:30-Untouchablcs ll:00-"The Fear- makers" THRC! FRIDAY l:00-Password Specially Decorated WHILE YOU WAIT for BIRTHDAYS Anniversaries HOLIDAYS FRESH made CAKES CARLSON'S Carlson's Super Market WDSM Channel 6 7:50-Farm & Homel:30-House Party H:00-Cap. K'groo 2:00-Tell Truth »:OO-Jack LaLann* 2:25-CBS News 9:30-1 Love Lucy 2:30-Edge of Night I0:00-Andy Gril£lth3:00-Secret Storm 10:30-Real McCoys3:30-Jack Benny lL:00-Lov« of Life 4:00-Trallmaster tl:25-CBS New« 6:00-News 11:30 Search 6:10-Sporte. Wthr. ll:45-Guldlng Light 6:15-CBS News 12100-Town/Country 10:00-News,Sport» 12:30-World Turns 10:10-Weather MONDAY, JUNE 7 5-00-W Woodp ker 8:00-LUcy Show 5-30-CBS News B:30-Dan Thomas 6'00-Report 9:00-Broadside e.-jn-T^n th* truth 9 :30-Peyton Place 6:30-Tell the tru;n ]0 . ls . Naked Cllv 7:00-Got a Secret n:15-"Calne conserves soili 7:3 °- And y GIUHO> Mutiny TUESDAY, JUNE 8 5:OU-Huck Hound Junction S:30-CBS New* 9:00-Burke's Law 6:30-Patty Duk« 10:13-"RoarinB 7:00-Joey Bishop 20's" 7:30-Red Skelton 11:15-"Destr.\ F^ides 8:30-Pettlcoat Again" WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9 SATURDAY. JUNE « 7:30-Cartoons 5:00-\Vcndy &t Me ft:00-Top Cat 5:30-Bing Crosby 8:30-Heathcote 9:00-Underdog" 9:30-Fireball XL5 10:00-Dennis 10:30-Report From Wisconsin 11:00-BuIl winkle 12:00-Big Picture 12:30-Fllm 12:45-Chicago at New 3:30-Filro York 6:00-My 3 Sons 6::iO-FHppcr 7:00-Addams Family 7:30-"The Ri makcr" 8:00-"Three Violent People" 10:15-Ncws, Sporti 10:30-Kentucky Jones 11:00-Tonight 12:15-Holler Derby CKPR Channel 4 SATURDAY, JUNE 5 12:00-FiIro Andrew" 13-.3O-K.idR Bld> »:15-Juliette l:00-World of Sport9:45-Sports 3:00-Bowling Unlimited 4:00-Bclmont Stakes 10:00-CBC News 4:301Film tO:10-Lakeriead 5:00-Bugs Bunny News 5:30-Spcctrum 3 ._ „ „.. . fiiOO-Htllbmies 10:20-Hitchcock 8:30-Mr. Novak ll:20-"Vicki" 7:30-"Mcrry SUNDAY, JUNE • ll:45-Ltving Word Life 12:30-Calendai l:00-This The Life l:00-FrcncT> For , t:30-Ray Milland Love VOO-Patty Duk< l:30-Vallant Lears Show 2:00-Heritage S:30-Flashback 1:21 CBC News ?:00-Ed Sullivan 2:30-20 / 20 3:00-Bonanz:i 3:00'Jap Jaunt 9:00-Human Camera JiM-Wild Kingdom '";""*?*• "Sport. „, n „. 1U.OU"A*IKC n l:00-Show On Shows Chance !:30-Time Of Younl:00-Untouchable» Dyke 8:30-Our Private World 9:OG-t>anny Kaye 10:15-Thr!ller ll:15-"Battle Stations" THURSDAY, JUNE 10 5:00-Yogi Bear Game 5:30-Cronkitc News 9:00-J;izz on 5:00-Bcaver 5:3U-CBS New. 6:00-Rcport 6:30-Mister Ed 7:QO-My Living Doll 7-30-Hillhiinei 8:00-Dick Van 6:3U-Munster» 7:00-Perry Mason 8:00-Password 8:30-Celebrity Summer's Day 10:00-Ne\vs. Sports l.O:15-Ncw Breed ures taken at Course will be the Highland conducted. Anyone in Oogebic County Interested in attending the Turf Grass Conference is urged to contact the County Extension Office, 932-1420, so that trans- Thus you may have to extra nitrogen fertilizer you use organic mulches. apply; when Secret" FR1UAY, JUNE II tt:30-Gomer Pyle 9:00-Bcwitchcd 9:30-Peyton Place 10:00-News. Sports Williams 10:lS-Stoney Burke J:00-Private 11:15-''Tower of Worlds London" SUNDAY, JUNE « 8:15-Llght Tlmi 2:00-Sunday 8:30-Revlval Hour :!:00-Film 9:00-Agriculture 4:00-Gemini IV *l30-Social Security J:30-College Bowl 9:4S-Sacrert Heart 5:00-Jonny Quest 5:30-NBC Sports 6:IIO-Walt Disney 7:30-McHale'» Navy 8:OQ-Bonanza 9:00-The Rogues 10:00-News. 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MONDAY, JUNE 7 U:00-Nc\vs, Conviction Weater S:3O-Scpectrum 2 J2:15-Three Stoogcs6:30-Don Messer 12:30-"Twinkle In 7:OO-Show of Week Cod's Eye" 8:00-Educatior.al 2:00-Moment of Programs Truth IO:00-CBC News l:30-Tnko Thirty 10:lS-Lakehead 3:00-World Turns News 3:30-Razzle Dazzle 10:30-Te Texan 4:00-Survival ll:00-GHUgnn 4:30-Music Hop ll:30-"Bnttle of 5:00-Comment. Bogue River" TUESDAY, JUNE R 12-00-News, 5:00-The Pioneers Weather 6:30-Favourlte 12:15-Thvee Stooges Martian 12:30-"Mlss Hobin 7:00-Jack Benny Hood" 7:30-Danny Kaye 2:00-Moment ol 8:300-Educational Truth Program 2:30-Take Tirty 10:00-CBC News 3:00-World Turns 10:15-Lakeh'd News 3:30-Rax7.1e Daxzle 10;30-McHale's 4:00-Fireball XL-5 Navy 4:30-Music Hop ll:00-"Fast and 5:30-Spectrum 2 Loose" WEDNESDAY, JUNE It 12:00-News. 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Miracles" I3:30-H'arm Report 10:00-Keport 1:00-Profil« 10:30-Report l:30-Issues, 11:00-"Junior Miss' Answers 12:45-Bob Young MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 7:00-Kartoons, 't JU-Yuiuig 9:00-.1ack l.al.ann* Married* ».uu- «v. i.ou-rrallmai«ter 9:30-Playhousc t:OO-Alberf8 I0:30-Prlce Right Showcase lHOO-Donna Reed V**-"' 8 »,<»«« ... a:00-Report It ISO-Father Knowsj. to-i.ociii -5port« 12:00-Rebus Gam* 5:ia-ABC New* 12:30-Susie 5:30-Barhclor l:00-Flame Wind Father l:30-Day in court 8:00-Rifleman l:55-News 1:00-Cartoons a.OU-Hospltal 10-lHi-News Sport» MONDAY, JUNE T «:30-Voyag« to the8:pO-Wendy fc Mi Bottom of Sea I0:00-R«port 1:UU-No Tim. 10:»5."B«rUn For Sgta. Correspondent' Tt'ESDAT, JUNK 8 8:ZO-Combat 9:00-rugitiv« ,, 7:30-McHal«'t NavylO:Ot}.H«pbrt rt:00-The Tycoon 10'.2S-'"Win| and A 8:30-Peyton Place Prayer" WEDNESDAY. JUNE • 6:31)-The Melsons 10:00-10 O'Cloeb T'OO-l'attj. nuk. 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