Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 13, 1973 · Page 40
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 40

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 13, 1973
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* 4Q t JM&sfe^ HI. Wednesday^ June 13, 1973 slfORT RIBS ' ANY SM#g aajAl&Uflfctt 4-13 BUZ SAWYER wr LIKE To HMff PftNK* oM TW8 Wtlfi SBPOfig DINNfeR, MR. fiAV " 1 BLONDIE \ V. TO U/IWD UP*BATINO THEM/ , IP),; -.I, Walt Disney's SCAMP BUGS BUNNY GOOD MORROW, GOOP SIRE! PURINE OUR \ PRBVIOUS VISIT 1 FRESHNESS OF 1 YOUR CBACK.BKG TO 3E SOMEWHAT ^UBSTIONAeLfi/y THItf TIME WB BROUGHT OUR OWN1 WE'RE ONLY ©OIN&TOUSfiyOU* CATSUP/ I'M BACK., .ALREADY.' WINTHROP ;; Transportation butlington Northern Eastbound 348 "Chicago (Mon.-Sat.) _ 7:35 a.m. fV 'Chicago (Mon.-Sun.) 7:55 a.m ^Stops at Aurora only) 34g t Chicago (Sun. only), 10:2Q a.m. Burlington Northern Westbound '"^Denver^F, 7:10 p.m. BtfHington Northern Southbound jfiWiOcQUlncy r -^-^-.—. 9;40 p.m. —- Santa Fe Eastbound Chlcatfo „,-,— 9:06 a.m. 4 Chicago 10:10 a.m. Santa Fe Westbound r 4V. Houston ,,.-„. 4 B 3».Los Angeles -. ... 8:00 p.m. ... 9:25 p.hi. lit BUS SCHEDULE Westbound To West Coast _ 7:00 a.m, 3T6 West Coast 8:20 p.m. .rfio Davenport (la.) and West Coast (Frl. and masun.) 6:20 p.m. To To To 810 803 807 Departure* Eastbound PeorlarlncJianapQlis ,.12:05 p.m. Chicago.East Coast —12:05 p.m. Chjcago-East Coast — 7 :20 p.m. Peoria-Indianapolls — 7 :20 p.m, Southbound Springfield (III.), St. Louis (Mo.) and point; south ... , 12.05 p.m Springfield (HI,), St. Louis (Mo.) and points south (Fri .-Sun.) 4.05 p.m St. Louis ._„,-„,,, . 5:20 p .m. AIRLINE SCHEDULE Ozark Northbound To Chicago* 8;35 a.m. '(Except Sunday: 7P2 becomes 790 departing 9i00 a.m.) To Chicago 6:35 p.m. Ozark Southbound To St. Louis 10:22 a.m. To St, Louis 9:42 p.m. / I BROUGHT MV JOKE j BOOKAUONQ... V WOULD <rOU LIKE ME V TO READ SOME? OUR BOARDING HOUSE-With Mai. Hoople Jacoby On Bridge f A—pH»i Jujuado VL'Nr TN9 LVL'NT »(quaqnA tnog 9&V* S9if A (a) Hinos E6 A SS60I* ISV3 Station WGIL Radio AM Schedule MOO Kilocycles Z >S8* 6f • *B(H& A Z8f* oirx* ZSS • ,K HXHOM JBad Opening Lets in Slam "By Oswald & James Jacoby West didn 't have any attrac 'rTVe' lead against six noirump but* he managed to find the •worst one. When it is clear that $S& opponents have based their SBfling on point count, you ^tit to make your safest lead, not one that is likely to cost y££ a trick. Normally 34 high card points is more than enough for a small slam. This time, even after South had let the heart lead come around ho his jack, ,he could onJly count to 11 tricks. • The twelfth would have to Icdme from a 3-3 break in a red IgJJ «ijit or a squeeze of some sort. ,* pouth planned for all contin- r» fancies. At trick two he led a Sioart to dummy. Then he led j^J i* I diamond and stuck in the S ^en-spot. When you are after «"squeeze for 12 tricks you try w' concede a trick early since $fru aren't interested in all 13. * West won with the nine and led a third heart to set up his ?[ueen. It also forced East to ^ tuake a discard. This was no jx'ohiem. He let a club go. - The problem developed three tricks later after South had cashed the good clubs. This time East had to let a spade or diamond go. Either discard would be fatal but he tried the diamond as his best chance. South, who was something of a show-off, proceeded to show his hand with the remark, "If ,£4 s t' still has the diamonds .sloped I will play the ace and MONDAY THROUGH FHIDAY A.M.— •4:55— Sign On Portals of Prayer 5:0O— News 5:05— Music 5:25— Collins Market 5i30— RFTJ Illinois 6 :00— News 8 :10— Music 6 JO—News NXS Si Sport! 6:40—Music 7:0O—News 7:10—Music 7:30—News 7:45—Music 7:55—Aviator's Forecast 8 :00— News NLS & Sport* 8 :10— Music ••8:20—Midwest Photo 8:30—News 8:35—Music 8:55—Pink and Blue 9:00—News 9:05—Speak Easy 9:30—News 9:35—Speak Easy 10:00—News 10:05—Mid-Morning Markets 10:10—Speak Easy News on the Hour and 10:30—News 10:35—Problem & Solution 11:00—News 11:05—Music 11:30—News 11:35—Music 11:55—Portals of Prayer P.M.— 12:00—News 12:05— Markets & Farm News 12:15— Extension Advisor 12:25—Weather 12:30—News 1^:35—News 12:50—Sports 12:55—Jack Anderson 1.00—News 1:05—Music During the Afternoon Half Hour. Otherwise Music 8:00—News 5:20—Bill Miller—State Capitol 5 :25—Markets at a Glance 5:26—Steve McCormlck 5:30—News 5:35—Sports 5:55—Jimmy The Greek • 6:00—News 6:05—Music At Night, News on the Hour and Half Hour. Matter of Fact CAPTAIN EASY YOU CALL jf "<5p0P/ THAT I'VB BEEN FINDM3 OUT THAT I PRETEMP I'M A Mt$BRABUE\ TRMNS FRAUP?,,. TO KILL Wft? OUT OUR WAY-By J. R. Williamg 61 MCE MOU'RE 30\*i3 TO SPEWD YOUR. PAYOFF PLAYlUe GOLF,I'VE DECIDED TO 60 SHOPP1WC3.' 1 SUPPOSE VOLfLL WEED THE CAR.SO YOU CAN DROP ME OFF-'AMO WHAT TIME; WILL YOU PICK ME UP? JOHNNY HAZARD WHO LIVE!? "TO WALK AWAVFROM THAT 6HOOTOUT 1 WHOEVER you ARE— COMlW our/ "FRAlt-TCAMY OBEY THAT OR.PEK, km? ALLEY OOP OOP'5 ) GOOD.' I'LL BE STOPPED S READY TO MAKE THE TRUCK,) THE PICKUP IN DOC/ y' ABOUT 60 SECONDS' ALL RIGHT, BUT BE . CAREFUL/ •Zt tfyW anrl txw&w West. Jf he y<* tSaem'l have them stopped my ->* of diamonds will be my " 'i* Uick. Occasionally a wealthy- person has willed an inheritance to their pets. One of the most sensational pet inheritance cases, The World Almanac recalls, occurred, recently when a court approved the bequest of $14,000,000 to 81 stray dogs from the estate of their spinster mistress who lived in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Copyright © 1073 Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Otherwise Musis 10:00—Nightcap News 10:15—News in the World Today 10:30—News ••10:35—Music 11:00—News ll:05-rMusic 11 ::i0-^Snorts Scores 11:35—Music All Night Long News On The Hour and Half Hour. Otherwise Music NOTE: •—Monday Only ••—Thursday Only •••—Sportsllne Tuesday Only •••—On Friday Night Sports Roundtable Station WGIL Radio FM Schedule Note: Monday's schedule is the same BS Tuesday through Friday except that the station is off the air from Midnight to 5:00 AM. TUESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY Midnight-Nighttime Music 5:00—News and Sports 5:05—Wake Up Show 5:30-RFD in Illinois 6:00— News. Weather & Sports 8:10—Wake Up Show 6:30—News. Weather & Sports 6:40—Wake Up Show 6:55— Complete Weather Show 7:00—Country Music in Stereo 7:30—Breakfast Edition of the News 7:45—Country Music in Stereo 8:15—News 8:20—Howard Cosell Speaking on Sports 4:25— Country Music In Stereo P.M.— Noon— National News. Farm Markets & News, & Extension Advisor Program 12:30—Noon News (Natl., Local) 1:00— Country Music In Stereo 4:15—News 4-25—Howard Cosell Speaking on Sports 4:30—Country Music In Stereo 5 UO—News (Nat'l , Locali 5:30—The Halpli £rnery Show 6:30— Country Music In Stereo WOIL-FM wlU broadcast sporting events of area and national interest. Check WOIL'a sports schedule in Monday's Register-Mall for exact lime. News from the American FM Radio Network can be heard on WG1L-FM at fifteen after each hour. Station WAIK Radio Program Schedule NO SWEAT, DOC/ EVERYTHING LOOKS GOOD OUT HERE.' THE BORN LOSER MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY A.M.— 6:00—Daybreak with Swlck & Hog 6:55— Weathercast 7:25—Swlck on Sports 7:30—Paul Harvey News 7:35—Local News 7:50—Astrogulder 8:05—Weathercast 8:10—Memory Lane 8:35— Viewpoint 8:45—Town Crier 9:45—ABC World of Sports 10.05—Farm Market Flash 10:06—Galesburg Reports 11:05—Tradlo 11.30 Morning Muslo P.M.— 12:00—Paul Harvey News 12:15—Local News 12:30—Order Buyers Report 12:40— Swlck on Sports 1:00— State News 1:35—Viewpoint 2:40—Job Finder 2:45—Town Crier 3:10—ABC Business News 3:35—Viewpoint 3:45-ABC World of Sports 4:05—Farm Market Flash 4:35—Club 36 5:06 Business News 5.10 CJub 36 5:10—Club 36 5 3r>—Reynolds Commentary 5.45—ABC Sports 5:50—Dinner Music «.. - l5 -Viewpoint 6:40 -Ka.s.v Listening Local News on lht Hour ABC Nswt on the Half Hour D I • L I. fc 6 . * \ i L is- t> »'l W nu. W.TM, I.) UJ rtr oil. FUNNY BUSINESS MOTHER W#S RIGHT/ X WBUPr? 6HO0LD HAvE i t A i i / TOMeHT \ • toeeo : ! 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