Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 5, 1963 · Page 18
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 18

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, July 5, 1963
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Uews on the Hall Hour SATURDAY 4:55 Wake Up Show. 6:00 News. 6:05 Wake Up Show. 7:00 News. 7:05 Weather. 7:10- Sports Scoreboard. 7:15 Wake Up Show. 7:30 Local News. 7:45 Morning Show. 8:00 News. 8:05 Morning Show. 8:55 What's New in Pink & Blu« 9:00 News. 8:05 Morning Show. 10:05 Social Security Program. 10:10 Music. 10:35 Fire Department Program. 10:40 Music. 11:00 News . 11:05 Morning Show. 11:45 Farm Adviser's Program. 12:00 News. 12:15 Weather Forecast. 12:20 Local News. 12:45 D. D. DeForest. 1:05 Music. 6:40 White Sox vs. Red Sox. 10:00 News. 10:15 Music Till Midnight. 11:15 News. News on the Halt Hour 11:55 12:00 12:25 12:30 12:55 1:00 1:30 1:55 2:00 2:25 2:30 2:45 2:55 3:00 3:25 3:55 4:00 4:25 4:30 4:55 5:00 5:15 5:35 5:45 6:55 7:00 ABC News. Omnicast-NewB. Flair Reports. Paul Harvey News. ABC News. Local News. Job Clearing House. ABC News. Local News Flair Reports. Viewpoint. Town Crier. ABC News.. Local News. Weekend Sports. ABC News. Local News. Speaking of Sports. Viewpoint. ABC News. Local News. Sports Review Little League Preview. Little League Baseball. ABC News. Sign Off. OUR BOARDING HOUSE-With IH ?r. Hoopl ££AD, OFFICER CLANCY, LOOK QUICK,'A4AYBE SOU CM 306 MY MEMORY/ TVW P OSITIVE THE ROGTLY CMAP lHABEtfDASMERY 16 AN OLo ACQUAINT- R ANCE OF rW I \\\*A ?> EVERYBODY J / 30^E, kMows A LDER-WAN) K( oppo^r DUSER/rtEfcnVl* BIS BOOtAjl TUNttV »4 HIS DlSTRICT-*— <SOX M0f2& //• 16 T06- PlXL THAN] ATOl OF TAFFV /THV/ At TA >1 <SOgBLEf?S AT TH X C\TY J\ MS LATCM- VVISWAM AP?E ALL THUMBS < / -STOf^/ FROMTKVlM v TO FLA6 AHVTCW- ) I X HAVE AN MIKE- HIS BANDWA<SOI^£/ f IDEA *AOW TO 5QUAPE /V\Y DEBT r ^s\ - /srw\c<*>^\ ^ms^^^K WITH 5Aiu? 7? Station WAIK, Radio 1590 Kilocycles Dallas Gity Festival Days Posted 1 St 41* 7' DALLAS CITY The annual Summer 6:59 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:55 7:10 7:35 7:55 8:00 8:15 8:25 8:30 8 55 9:00 9:25 l>:30 9:55 10:00 10:15 10:45 10:55 11 m 11:05 11:30 SATURDAY Sign On. News Headlines. Livestock Markets. News Headlines. News Around the World. Local News. AstroRUider. ABC News. Local News. Weather. Hospital Notes, Viewpoint. ABC News. Top of the News In the Midwest. Flair neports. Medical interview. ABC News. Local News. McLoskey Washington Report. Town Crier. ABC News. Local News. Tradio. American Farmer. baseball be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 16, 17, 18. The 3-day celebration will open with the Friday night free fish fry to be served by the Planned Progress, sponsoring organization for the festival. The program has been announced as follows: Friday, Aug. 16, at 5 p.m. free fish fry; 8 p.m. crowning of festival queen at platform on West First Street. Saturday, Aug. 17—5 p.m. fried chicken supper by American Legion Auxiliary; 7:30 p.m. variety show at platform; 9 p.m. square dance with Kenny Anderson of Burlington, caller. Sunday, Aug. 17, 7 to 10 a.m. boatman's breakfast. Two free tickets for each boat docking here. Public invited to attend this breakfast; 1 p.m. parade; prizes for floats, best decorated cars, best band, and kiddie parade; 2 p.m. boat races, cash prizes; 4 p.m. kiddie games, cash prizes; 5 to 8 p.m., melon feast, watermelons and cantaloupes; 8 p.m., Dick Miller show from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on platform. Awarding of prizes following the show. Rock River Shows will be on the midway. Horse Show Slated The 16th annual Western Illinois Tractor Pulling contest and MA30R D0&SN v T KNOW HIM, BUT RE WILL= V * IM fry KU, It, TM. It* US Ut Off^ OUT OUR WAY-By J. R. Williarat KEEP YOUR EVE OKI TH!W<3S, BOYS— TH' SHOP TEAM WAMTSMET0 51T OM TH'BEKJCH — THIMK 1TMI<3HT HELP MORALE ER CHAWGE THE IK LUCK/ HA-HA; THEY THOUGHT FEK A M1WUTEHE WAS SOJM 1 OUT TO PL AY.* HE WILL BE IF TH' DOC KEEP3 aiVJM 1 HIM THEM SHOTS/ THAT'S WHAT THEM SHOTS DO, MAKE . YOU TRY IT— SUPPEWLY TH' WHOLE OFFICE MOVES UP A NOTCH/ W - I- 'Z. 4* •V- r m PLAYIN3 WITH FIRE J.f ?.WitUAM5 *7-5 Quell Blaze Bishon Hill f on WHITE SOX Horse show wil1 be held Fri day ff ' vs" and sa turday nightS) Aug 30 31 DCn CrtV at the stanle y Fe lgar farm, two •VKW JvA miles south of Dallas City on 111. TONIGHT AT 6=40 »• Marriage License Issued at Toulon TOULON THE SOUND CITIZEN -A marriage license Friday June 28 County Clerk James Jackson's was issued Stark im ON VOUR DIAL office to Donald Liggett, Toulon, and Marilyn Prather, Broadview. in T. E. S. BISHOP HILL—The local Volunteer Fire Company got some action Sunday at 5:30 p.m. when it was called to extinguish a grass fire at the Ray Litton farm. The fire apparently started along 111. 17, possibly by a cigarette thrown out of a passing car, firemen said, and spread into the Litton's pasture. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schott, daughter and son-in-law of the Littons. noticed the blaze as they were returning from a wedding in Aledo. No damage was done. Boston News - Letter, published by John Campbell, Boston postmaster, on April 24, 1704, was first printed newspaper to appear in the American colonies. firemen reported. 7S •5 If o o o 3 BUT I'LL TELL NOU WHAT T WILL DO— NBXTTIMBNtXJ fi&C m, I'LL KICK won our OF My OFRce... AND MAV86 SttJU, BCSAfc^ 6OMBTHIN0 AND MDtl'LL OBT COMPBNeAtfON;., HOWfe THAT? m m f*»5 * ff CAN SHOW U$ WHERE WITAW AND HDACA WERE. MR. I 6KCAVAT6P THE MirAYO RtllM. IT* ABOUT HERE.„I2,000 FEET ABOVE 5EA LEVEL I 9 ~ BUT HUACA.MPUWWO THAT 5ITE. IT'5 AN INCA WORD FOR 5ACREP PLACE,»LlkB THE CRE5T0P A M0UNTAIU1 BECAWE A 5YWDNVM FOR TREASURE 5lf <50LD WA5 OFTBhi^/ Of I 5H0ULO HAVE RECALL THAT! QRAC/A5, KAVi " OPD VOti 5H0UL0A5K ABOUT 5ITE$t ANOTHER CHAP 0ID..,LA«T NieHTll BLAZC5! PROBABUy, PA5C0, RITA! LET'* 601 f 4 (£) 1M3 by NtA, Inc. T.M. Rig. U.J. M, Off 5°& r - I'M THE GREATEST SALESMAN ON EARTH, BUT ! CAN'T SELL A SHTOONK.7 x h 4 mo * w * k r + h r h i F •L • r P I • p ^ ^ - - * 4 » 4 * 1 ri • r I • p + I J 5te r ¥ F ri h +J - i- . + _ , . t . fr . h » (:-:-:-:v:-; 4 ^ ri - - *_l_ri_ k * r 4 ri i ri k - * • 1 1 fr ri. f DROWN IT// V-VASSUH .'f GOO' BVE, VO? PORE H ELPLESS, VJORTH LESS LI'LTHING.V ir f t*. I. AJf HfAi> rtWrti^* Cur. Mil *t (Mud tohfft 1^-- A HAKRIEC7 MINNA ARRIVES AT GRECO'S CAFE I-I HAVE COME ALONE, GRECO,,, AS ygu REQUESTER W-WHERE IS KIKI,« PO YOU HAVE HIM HERE? PON'T 3ESILL^ MINNA 1 NOW CALM TOWN, I WANT YOtJ TO UNPERSTANC? CLEARLY OUR BARGAIN WHILE IN THE CELLAR PELOW 16 VERY HOT IN HERE,„NEEP AIR.' MAY8E WITH CHAIR I CAN REACH LITTLE WINPOW UP THERE/« 99* i F TON OPENlto FROM ABOVE WINftiW OUR BARGAIN AS I AM ASSURED ^EEN RETURNED BY THE • WILL life V WELL, HAVE VDU REACHEP A DECISION ABOUT TAKING PART IN OUR LUNAR MISSILE PROJECT? YEH...1'M NOT INTERESTED/ 11 HiYA/TOMMy... WHERE1S YOUR ROOMMATE? ?3 IN THE SOLATIUM WITH HISM0M ...I 'M6LA0 THEY'RE OUT, GRANPPAP. I-I WANT TO TALK TO YOU, PRIVATE - N L •. i rir i PRIVATE? SURE/ TOM. SHOOTi Ml L i- X JIM BAlLEy HEARP SOMETHING ABOUT YOU.THE/— THEy SAIP you WERE A TERRIBLE GANGSTER! * t v

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