Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 8, 1973 · Page 20
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 20

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, June 8, 1973
Page 20
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monr mm Friday, J tin* J,1973 IM "X jiniiTni|ipH^^pw ;-T|ii ^c ;iwi [T» mi SAWYER BL0ND1E njinnr* wow, DON'T T0LL THE OTHEf^ " ORTHFYLLWAWT "" , SOME,TOO/ 4iie BUGS BUNN¥ I SUES© MV TfAPH5R, ftlSS WATERCRESS/ IS ©LAP SCHOOL' ~ OUT FOR THE 0WiiiTHIM VOU.MWT ft THE ONE WHO WANTg 70 WYTHSKANCHi fllASP 6IT DOWN... COpPBPf.'i. OR A /MARTINI f I'M A PRfe |KVB«TI«AT<1R &STATB _J Walt Disiioy'a SCAMP : V !JWf>fe '| WINTHROP Transportation BuF||qgtqn Northern EastbouBd S48 Chicago (Mon.-Sst.) - 7;45 a.m. '•6 Chicago (Mori.-Sun.) 7;55 a.m. , (Stops at Aurora only) 8'46 < Chicago (Sun. onto) 10:30 a.m, Burlington Northern Westbound ,;.5 Sehyer=g.F, ,,„.__«.., 7)05 p,Ri. Burlington Northern Southbound P47 Quincy 8:45 p.m. v Santa Fe Eastbound ?16... Chicago 11:36 a.m. 4,-Chicago — 10)10 g.pi. Depa Santa Fe Westbound 15 Houston 3 L'OS Angeles r - ... 6:00 p.m 9;?5 p.m« M BUS SCHEDULE * Westbound To West Coast 7:Q0 a.m. To West' Coast — &S?Q P-Pl. To Davenport (la.) and west coast (Frl, and sun5 r„::.!:.;. r „;, y s «p p.m. rturea Eastbound Peoria-Indianapolis . Chicago-East Coast . Chicago-East Coast . Peoria-Indianapolis . Southbound .12:05 p.m. 112:05 p.m . 7:20 p.m. . 7:20 p.m. To To To Springfield (111.), St. Louis (Mp.) and po(ntf south . . - 12:05 p.m Springfield (111.), St. Louis (Mo.) and points south (Fri.-Sun.) 4.05 p,m S{, Louis 5:20 p .m. AIRLINE SCHEDULE Ozark Northbound 702 To Chicago* 8:35 a,m. * (Except Sunday: 702 beeornei 790 departing 9:00 a.m.) 81Q To Chicago 6:35 p .m, Ozark Southbound §03 To St. Louis 10:22 a.m. 807 T° St, Louis 9:42 p .m. • Jacoby On Bridge Reads Late Lead, Sets Game NORTH » VA1094 • QJ63 *10 75 WEST EAST • Q1Q6 A87542 • 1Q9854 •Void SOUTH <D) ¥J83 • AK73 *A83 poth vulnerable West North East gouth 1N.T. 2 * Pasg 2 4 3 N,T. Pass Pasg fm Pass Pass Opening lead 10 Station WGIL Radio AM Schedule By Oswald & James Jacoby Any time you give your partner a chance to make a mistake be may make H. The better (he player, the less chance that jt will happen, but we have seen the best players in the world go wrong time and time again, South won the diamond in his hand. He saw eight top tricks and that the best way to go after more was to take two heart finesses. •'His eight of hearts lead lost to East's queen and the deuce of clubs was led back. South played the three and West was in with the queen, This hand is taken from the finals of a regional open. East and West were good players and West had no problem about what to do next. He played his king of clubs and declarer was down one. ; This would have cost an im- S ortant overtrick if South held ie ace and jack of clubs, but West knew that South could not hold both of them. * How did he know • this? Wouldn 't East lead his fourth lest automatically? J Not on your tintype! East would have led his highest Sub if he didn't hold an honor |o as to make sure that his partner would know the situation. |Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) | Yellowstone National Park Beg in ibree states — Wyoming, Umtsm and Idaho. SATURDAY A.M.— 4:55-^Sign On Portals of Prayer 5:00— News 5:05 -rMuslo 5:25— Collins Market ' 5:30 ^RFD Illinois 6:00— News 6 :10—Music (j:30— News NLS Sf Sports fl |40—Musjc 7:00— News 7SlQr-rMU6iC 7:30— News 7:45 ^MUsio 7;55 =^Aviator's Report 8:00— News NLS & Sports 8 :10—Music , 8:20— Midwest Photo 8:30^News 8:3a --Music 8i55^Pink i»nd Blue 9:00~rNews 9:05 -7JMUBip 0:3(WNews 9i35 =Music lOiOO^News 10105— Mid-Morning Markets lQtlCWMusJo 10:3Q ~News 10:3 £wFiremen's program ll:0(W-News 11 :05—Music ll:ao--N <?ws ll :33^-Wus)p H :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-r -News 12:50— Sports 12:55— Weather 1 :00— Jack Anderson 1:05— Music During the Afternoon Newt on The Hour and Half Hou». Otherwise Miulc 5:00 News 5:05—News 8:18—State Employment Service 5;20r -^Snorts 5:25-Weather 5:28— Steve MoCorrnlok 5:3Q -^News 5;35tr -rStrategy Report 5:55— jimmy The Greek 6:00— News 6:05 -r-Music At Night. N«w» on the Hour and Half Hour, Otherwise Mu»le 10:00— Nightcap News 10:15— Public Service Program 10:30— News 10:35— Music 11:00— News 1J:05— Music 11:30— Sports Scores 11:35— Music All Night Long Nswi On The Hour and Half Hour 10:05— High School Sports Otherwise Muiic OUR BOARDING HOUSE-With M«i. Iluople MV WRP- TWI 06$, WDP LITTLE JE6T HAd filVEN ME AN EP £7CH \L IDBftf INSTE ^D OF ASKING PBAB FIMANCIER6 TO INVEST IN SKfA ' 5TUTZ I 'LL <S0 TP THf REAL STARMAKESSWTHE PEOPLE,' OUR 6T0CK VlllLL'tfB OVER- &UB&CRIPEP IN ^4 HOURS/ Tr^ATLU SET A?PUT A$ FAR ASA HOT.AIR TAX IN , CO N <spE5§' TO RATHER TRY SELLING TICKETS * TO NEXT ^ V&AR'S TO PEOPLE J CH(V \0\Nc2 INTO UF6BOATS ay Ip 1973 b, Nt*: IKTT.M, ItjMS. tut. ISM SETTER I ^I MAKE THAT * /HQ HOURS. 11 I SAWTHBMGSr BEAUTIFUL. P/BR^EPN IN MV UFf=/ (P IWi t» m, Int., T.M. tij. m. h>. OH. LA3T NIGHT: / |P MOL1 BVeWSEEONH / IS) TH & MORN I NO/ I TO OALU \\VAI -W CS50NKITE. 7 Dta* <AVALU CAPTAIN EASY m JOHNNY HAZARD OUT OUR WAY-By J. R. Williams FLOyPi WB'fCE HgRJ TP TALK ' <?rWN<3£ THE ^UBJPCTi 4:15 -rNews 4:25 -^Howard Qosell Speaking on Spprts 4:3fr ^-Country Muaic in Stereo 5:00— New*. Weather & Sports 5:30— Country Music in Stereo WGIL.FM will broadcast Sporting Events of Area and National Interest, Check WGIL'i Sports Schedule in Monday • R»ei«Wr-MBll for the exact Time. Naws from the American FM Radio Network can be heard on WGIL-FM at fifteen after Each Hour. Matter of Fact Station WAIK Radio Program Schedule Station WGIL Radio FM Schedule BATVRPAV A.M.— Midnight—Nighttime Music 5:00— News 5:05 -Wake.Up ShQW 5 :30-Eddle Collins Market Report 5:35— Wake,Up Show 6:00— New8 6:05-Wake-Up Show 6:30— News 6:35-Wake -Up Show 8:53— Complete Weather Show 7:00— News (National <fc Local) 7:10— Farm News and Sporti 7:25— Music 7 :30—Breakfast Edition of the News 7:45— Country Music in Stereo 8:15 -News 8:20 -Howard Cosell Speaking on SporU 8:25— Country Music in Stereo P.M.— Neon--It's Your Thing 12:30— News, Weather & Sports 1:00— Country Music in Stereo SATURDAY AM— 6:uo—Daybreak with Swick St Hog 0:55—Weathercatft 7:25—Swick on Sports 7 :35— Local News 7:45 ABC Sports 7:50—Astroguider 8:05—Weathercast |:10^-Memory Lane 8:35-?<Viewpoint 8:45—Town Crier 9:45^ABC World of Sports 10:05—High School Sports Round-up 11:05—Tradlo 11:45—ABC Sports World P.M.— 12:00—Paul Harvey News 12:15—Local News 12:30—Saturday Sounds 1:05—Just A Minute 1:35—Viewpoint 1:46-ABC Sports 2:45—Town Crier 3:38— ABC Sports 4:08—School News 5:45—ABC Sports 5:50 Dinner Music Local Newi on the Hour ABC News on the Half Hour ' <5PTTA THE (vlO^WHEEL,,, ABqARp...' , lJ^ HAS AN JN16IPE PREVENT ™ ACCESS HATCH/* IT7 &OMEHOW/ WHILE? INSIOETHE FLIGHT CABIN,,. TENSION KEACHSS A BQ|LIN<£ POINT"/ AU)EY OOP MY <50 §H,POC/ THIS IS PNf= OF THE TWO HOODS WHO MADE A PUAY FOR THAT' BATTERY YOU IN- VENTEP A COUPLE OF YEARS AGO/ KNOW/ „NOU bWT" 6UPPOSE HE STILL HAS eOME IDEAS ABOUT US, ^ DO YOU? myim THE BORN LOSER Mandarin, the language of China, is the most com« monly spoken of the world's languages with 90S million speakers. English is the second most spoken language numbering 333 mil* lion speakers worldwide, The World Almanao notes. Other leading tongues are Russian, 206 million; Hindi and Spanish, 192 million; German, 120 million; Arabic, 109 million; and Bengali and Portuguese, 108 million persons. Copyright © 1973 Kewipaper JSnterprue Aus, FRANK AND ERNEST Thi Flemish giant, which averages H pounds and sometimes gets as heavy as 22 jwunds, is the largest breed of i rabbit. THfc SHOT WAS fo* LONDON tLU. TH* Bi <r QHl WAt UCM$% YOil HAVCN'T PAID WAIT MONTH'S

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