Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 27, 1973 · Page 24
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 24

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, April 27, 1973
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g| Qoltlbyfli RtgfsttrMoil, GolesburaJII. Ffldoy, April 27, 1973 if iiORt mm :BLONDI£ * Traruporiation linrtiBgtOB Norttieni Eastbeimd ^ Chletto (Men.-8ati) . T:4S am 6 Chicago (Mon.-Sun.) 7:SS aJn. »s (Stops at Aurora only) J4« Chteato (Sun. onW) 10:30 ajn. Darlington Northern Westbound *J ft Denver'SJ'. — 7:06, j^nHfngton Northern Soothbonnd •IT Quincy . 8:45 p.m. Santa Fe Eaitbonnd Chicago 11:30 a.m. Chicago 10:10 a.m. Santa Fe Westboond Houston 6:00 p.m X<oB Angaloa 9:25 p.m. I . BUS SCHEDULE Weitbonnd TO Wtst Coast 7:00 a.m. To Wast Coast 6:20 p.m. rTo Davanport (la.) and West Coast (Frl. and : Sun.) «:20 p.m *» 3 To To To To To To To Departurei Eaitbonni Peoria-Indiana^olla ..12:0S p.m Chicago-East Coaat ..13:05 p.m Chicago-East Coast 7:20 p.m Paorla-Indlanapolia 7:30 p.m Sonthbonnd Springfiald (lU.). 8t. Louis (Mo.) and pointf south - . 12:05 p.m Springfiald (Ul.), St. Louis (Mo.) and pointa south (Fri.-Sun.) .... 4,03 p.m St. Louis 5:10 p.m AIRLINE SCHEDULE Oiark Northbonnd 703 810 803 807 To Chicago* •(Eneept Uttadari .... 8:35 a .m. W3 bacomaa 710 dapattlBf tiOO man.) To Chicago 6:35 pjn Ozark Soothbonnd To St. Louis — To St. Louis ... 10:22 a.m 9:42 p.m Jacoby On Bridge 4 Hearts Down, but 6 Makes I By Oswald & James Jacoby ' It has been said that crime 'doesn't pay. We agree with the flight amendment that it doesn't pay often enough to make it Worthtvhile. ! East's opening bid of one ^pade is one of those criminally Station WGIL Radio AM Schedule NORTH 27 AKQJ6 V9 • QJ9 4bK10984 WEST (D) EAST *8 AA9732 V105 V8643 •A765432 •KIO 4k762 *J5 SOUTH «1054 VAKQJ72 • 8 *AQ3 North-South vulnerable West North East South Past Pass lA 2V 3# 3N.T. Pass 4V Pau Pass Pass Opaning Itad—4i 8 absurd light third hand openings that usually lead to trouble. If South had let North play at three no -trump as he should have, the bid would have done its perpetrator no good, but South bid four hearts. West opened his singleton spade. East took the ace and returned the nine of spades in the hope that if West held seven diamonds he would be smart enough to underload the ace in response to the clear suit pref erence signal. All this came off and poor South was one down. The game was IMP team and at the other table there was an evea worse crime. North opened tfM club and without bother- iiujl^ check for aces South went all the way to six hearts. Wtit opened the ace of dia- monjs am continued in the hope tlu;t East Qovid ruff but South the man to ruff, draw tnunp$ and eyentually discard hj« three spades on dummy's clubs and last diamond to make his slam when four had gone down at the other table. (Kewspaper Enterprise Assn.) WANT ADS PAY PIVIDENDS! iATUnDAY A.M.— 4:85—Sign On Portals of Prayer 5:00—News S:05-Music 5:25-CoUins Market S:3»-RFO Ulinols e:0O-N«ws e:10-Muslo , _ ^ 6:30—News NLS & Sports 6:40-Mu8ic 7:00—News 7:10—Music 7:30—News 7:45—Music 7:56—Aviator's Report 8:0O-News NLS & Sports 8:10-Music 8:20—Midwest Photo 8:3(V-News 8:3»-Music 8:55-Pink and Blue 9:00—News 0:05—Music 9:30—News 9:35—Music 10:00—News , . 10:05-Mid-Morning Markets 10:l(^Muslc 10:30-News , ^ 10:35—Firemen's Program 11:00—News 11:05—Music 11:30—News 11:35—Music 11:55—Portals of Prayer P.M.- 12:00—News . 12:05—It's Your Thing 12:15—Extension Advisor 12:25—Weather 12:30—News 12:35—News 12:50—Sports 12:55—Weather 1:00—Jack Anderson the Afternoon New. en The Hour and Half The Almanac By United Press International Today is Friday, April 27, the 117th day of 1973 with 248 to follow. The moon is between its last quarter and new phase. The morning stars are Mercury, Mars and Jupiter. The evening stars are Venus and Saturn. , Those born on this date are .under the sign of Taurus. Samuel F. B. Morse, inventor of the telegraph, was born April 27, 1791. On this day in history: In 1850, the American-owned steamship "The Atlantic" began regular transatlantic passenger service ... the first U.S. vessel to challenge British liners. In 1908, U.S. Steel broke ground at the south end of Lake Michigan to build a new Indiana town named Gary. In 1937, the first Social Security payment was made in accordance with provisions of the act of 1935. In 1972, Apollo 16 returned three moon-mission astronauts to earth w 11 b a successful splashdown in t b« Pacific Ocean. OUR BOARDING HOUSE-Witb MiiJ. Hoople BII2 SAWYER tflWnCM10TK| iSPOINd Walt Disuey'i SCAMP WINTHROP nt^tV^Vi, WtfTER. sow AKP NOP ] BUT MAINTMN A I^SEtWEQ EXPRESSION/ \VE WANT 70 PROJECT AN IMAGE OF PISNtTV APPROPBI ^TeTO <5N6 OF THE FIRST PRIVER$ Of THIS VEHICLE/ WHATTAYATrilNKlXIS IS,A«MPPlNtfCART? AfiUVCUSIITM-BUILT IT FOR HIMSELF. THEN HAPT05BLLIT.'IM 'THE FIRST OWNER. i ?0LifiHLy sPBMme! OUT OUR WAY-By J. R. Williams ) I WAWT^OIW- /SPECraOMEOF J THE OVERSEAS OPBHATU^iSOP, OUR ma CRAME8/ hiffTMB! I'M THEVBOTH V SWRTEPHERE 'A PLACE TD /TOfiETWER.'TH' «30F)SHIW' / BULL'S BEEW WHERE I WRAPPED UP CAWTSEE IW HIS LIFE'S OR HEAR A WORK SO LOMG AAACHIME i HE CAKJ'TBEAR TO BE AWAY FROM IT/ AM' OLP RAVE'S BEEM WRAPPED UP IK) HIS 30 LOWS HE CAK'T \Kt^n AAW/FRCWA IT/ O IWl» WIA. tnt. T.M. ttt- UA M. Off. HE «i {mpe...HAv«N'r CAPTAIN EASY VB'LL SB ©LAP T KNOW TVB BK0U6HT VB 4 CHANdB O' AND CLOTHE^«.FURR PI^UI^BV MONBV V f PRE5rWICKl AIRPORT-OR THE NBARE ^r AMERICAN C0N5ULi MEANWHILE I 'LL RETURN THB CLAYMORE T' M «NA4H CA $rL0„ ANP I 'M ^URRE NOTHING MOR» WILL BE ^AIP ABOOT ITl I/Eli JOHNNY HAZARD XN A wsen-geiWAM PRISON. >&UARS WITHIN 21 HOUR f WHICH I AU.-rH«»i IrEA^AlN^ OF OUR ORIGIN A . PEAPUII f I-X CAN-TT^ ^/ ^ eoWS rAfiMOB ' PCNT wAl>i*r^ eBvoLumoKiAs V * rr/THIS;. RCVOUmONARy Ol4CBr5iAtt?«*>tX» CAN 'TA \AI<BAN OAABLVCwrrHour ACACKIN0>SCVMi THAT \A «AT NM^T, KUAN? ALLEY OOP Hour. OthatwU* Muile 9:00 News 5 •.05—News 5 :ia— State Employment Service S:20—Sports 5:25—Weather 5:26—Steve McCormlck 5:30—News 5:35—Strategy Report 5:55—Jimmy The Greek 6:00—Ntws 6:05—Music At Night, Newi en tha Hour and Hali Houi. OtharwUe Mualc 10:00—Nightcap News 10:15—Public Service Program 10:30—News 10:35—Music 11:00—News 11:0&—Music 11:30—Sports Scores 11:35—Music , All Night Long Nawa On Tha Hour and Half Hour. ligh SchO( Mhafwiaa Muiic Station WGIL Radio FM Schedule ——. II lATUKDAY ^'^Idnlght-Nlghttim* Music 5:00—News 5.0»—Wake-Up Show 5:30—Eddie Collins Market Report 5:35—Wake-Up Show 6:00—News 6:06—Wake-Up Show 6:30—News 6.35-Wake-Up Show 6:55—Complete Weather Show 7:00-News (National & Local) 7:10—Farm Nev/s and Sports 7:25—Music 7:30—Breakfast Edition of the News 7:45—Country^ Music in Stereo 8:15—News 8:20—Howard CoseU Speaking on Spoirtt 8:25—Country Music In Stereo P.M.- Noon—Ifa Your Thln| 12:30—Newi, Weather i SporU 1:00—Country Music in Starao 4:15—NewB 4:25—Howard CoseU Speaking on Sports 4:30—Country Music In Starao 5:00—News, Weather & Sports 5:30—Country Music in Stereo WaiL-FM will broadcast Sporting Evanta of Area and National Intaraat. Check WGIL'a Sports Schedule in Monday'a Ragiftar-Mail for tha oxact Time. Nawf from tha Amarlcan FM Radio Network ean ba heard on WGIL-F: Fifteen after Each Station WAIK Radio Program Schedule SATURDAY A.M.— 6:0(>~Daybreak with Swlck & Rog 6:55—Weathercast 7:25—Swick on Sporta 7:35—Local News 7:50—Aatrogulder 8:05-Weathercast 8:10—Memory Lane 8:35—Viewpoint 8:45—Town Crier 9:4^ABC World of Sporti 11:05—Tradio 10:06—High School SporU Round-Up 11:46—ABC Sports World P.M.— 12:00—Paul Harvey News 12:15—Local News 12:30—Saturday Sounds 1:05—Just A Minute 1:3.5—Viewpoint 1:45—ABC Sports 2:45—Town Crier 3:.35—ABC Sports 4:05—School News 5:45—ABC Sports 6:30—Dinner Music Local Maws en tha Hour ABC Maws on the Half Hour ...FOR FINDING HIM WILL BE NO GRIND, , JUST TURN AROUND AND I^K BEHIND.' THE BORN LOSER FUNNY BUSINESS WeLLiTOPUTlTMT ^Y L^(;MENS'TERMS." i

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