Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 18, 1973 · Page 20
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, June 18, 1973
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20 Galisbufg Rapister-Moil, (aaleaburg, 111. Monday, June 18, 1973 ?mmr mm BUGS BUNNY yiK NOT EATIN' AS MUCH *AS YA USUALLY DO, PBTUNlAi CAN XSETYA ^SOMBTHIN/ ELSE7 -'KJp/THANK VOU^J Transportation Departure* Burlington Northern Eastbound 348 Chicago (Mon.-Sat.) . 7:35 a.m. . 6 Chicago (Mon.-Sun.) 7:55 a.m. (Stops at Aurora only) 346 Chicago (Sun. only) 10:20 a.m. Burlington Northern Westbound 5 Denver-S.F. 7:10 p.m. Burlington Northern Southbound 347 Quincy 8:40 p.m. Santa Fe Eastbound Chicago — 9:06 a.m. Chicago 10:10 a.m. Santa Fe Westbound Houston 8:00 p.m. Los Angeles :. 9:25 p.m. BUS SCHEDULE Westbound To West Coast 7:00 a.m. To West Coast __ 5:20 pjn. XP r Davenport (la.) and --West Coast (Fri. and Sun.) 6:20 p.m. 16 4 15 3 .12:05 p.m. .12:05 p.m. 7:20,p.m. 7:20 p.m. Eastbound To Peoria-Indianapolis To Chicago-East Coast To Chicago-East Coast To Peoria-Indianapolis Southbound To Springfield (III.), St. Louts (Mo.) and point? south 12:05 p.m To Springfield (111.), St. 1 Louis (Mo.) and points south (Fri.-Sun.) 4.03 p.m. To St. Louis 5:20 p.m. AIRLINE SCHEDULE Ozark Northbound To Chicago* 8:35 a.m. '(Except Sunday: 702 becomes 790 departing 9:00 a.m.) To Chicago 6:35 p.m. Ozark Southbound 803 To St. Louis —10:22 a.m. 807 To St. Louis 9:42 p.m. 702 810 # Jacoby On Bridge implicated, Sut It Works NORTH .(D)' 6KQJ94 ¥9 • AQ1032 + 93 18 WEST 487653 .•K94 ;*Q1064 West Pass iJPass EAST A A2 V 762 . • J875 ' *KJ72 SOUTH 410 VAKQJ10843 • 6 + A85 Both vulnerable North East South 1* Pass 4N.T. 5 • Pass 6 V Pass Pass Opening lead—• 4 Station WGIL Radio AM Schedule 1400 Kilocycles By Oswald & James Jacoby i Jim: "West was pretty sure o7 ;two things. The first thing was that his opponents were probably going to make a slam ijnd win a big rubber. The second was that his partner almost surely held an ace." J Oswald: "He could also be sure that an attacking lead in either diamonds or clubs was (jailed for. What sort of player was East?" < Jim: "A very conservative one." Oswald: "In that case a diamond lead was called for. East might well hold the ace of diamonds and not have doubled North's five-diamond bid." I Jim: "West did come to that conclusion and did lead the four of diamonds." I Oswald: "It looks as if West's teejd worked out well, but for the, wrong reason. South must have refused the diamond finesse; knocked out East's ace <>f;^pades and tried unsuccessfully to get two club discards arii dummy's spades." ; Jflm: "Exactly so! Against a dub opening South would have been forced to win the trick; tafce the diamond finesse; dis- pa^d the 10 of spades on the diamond ace; lead the king of spades from dummy for a ruff- Jnjj finesse; get back to dummy <w^th the nine of trumps and get one club discard on the spades. : Oswald: "A tough play, but the only one. Against a quiet lead South would just draw trumps; knock out the ace of spades and claim." (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY A.M.— "4:55—Sign On Portals o£ Prayer 5:00—News 5:05—Music 5:25—Collins Market 5:30—RFD Illinois fi:00—News 6:10—Music 6:30—News NLS & Sports 6:40—Music 7:00—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 ll:00~News 11:05—Music 11:30—News 11:35—Music 11:55—Portals ot Prayer P.M.- 12:00—News 12:05—Markets <fc Farm News 1^:15—Extension Advisor 12:25—Weather 12:30—News 12:35—News 12:50—Sports 12:55—Jack Anderson 1:00—News 1:05—Music During the Afternoon Half Hour. Otherwise Muilc 5:00—News 5:05—News 5:20—Bill Miller—State Capitol 5:25—Markets at a Glance 5:26—Steve McCormick 5:30—News 5:35—Sports 5:55—Jimmy The Greek 6:00—News 6:05—Music At Night, Newt on the Hour and Halt Hour. Otherwise Music 10:00—Nightcap News 10:15—News in the World Today 10:30—News ••••10:35—Music 11:00—News 11:05—Music 11:30—Snorts Scores 31:35—Music Ail Night Long Newi On The Hour and Halt Hour. Otherwise Music NOTE: •—Monday Only ••—Thursday Only •••—Sportsline Tuesday Only ••'•—On Friday Night Sports Roundtahle OUR BOARDING HOUSE-WitU Maj, Hoople AREN'T WU THE 10UT5 V/HO SCOFFEP AT THE HOOPLE PROMOTIONAL SKILLS f WELL, BE SURE TO VIEW THE TI6ERPIT SPECIAL TrilS WEEK AND SEE SAM GET HI 5 FIRST Qsfek. VICTORY; V/1 /Y\ S /71 AND I DIDNT EXPECT 5AM TO GET ANY FARTHER THAN A HITCHHIKER CARRyiN' A BALL* AN'-CHAIN /V/HERE'D THE / MAJOR GET V THE BREAP? f LAST WEEK Kg ASKEC? V HOW LATE > THE PAWN- 4 SHOP • \ STAY EC S - OPEN; ffi.l"! by MSA. l.t.TM US F.I k . ^TS HIS •MOMENT OF TRIUMPH* BUZ SAWYER 1 HQPB VbU'lL FoRflWBWHrn M*. SAWYER, H6<5 SENSITIVE?** ANP VERY UPSET OVER HIS SISTER'S DEATH. STANP. If' 'V- N LIKE V NET NEVE* CAK^AQUN' i 1 , mm Pill Walt DisneyV SCAMP W1NTHROP DID YOU R&D ABOUT THE MAN WHO FELL OFF THE ROOF OF HIS HOUSE,ANP. LANDED WITHOJTA ©CRATCH ON HIM ? C life TRUE/ HE HAD A LOT OF BROKEN BONES 3 BUT NOT A SINGLE SCRATCH. H) Wl t» HU, l.t.T.M. ».| U ,i. tl>. Oil. CAPTAIN EASY OUT OUR WAY~By J. R. Williams TAKIMG MOMEY OUT OF Y 1 WAS, BUT FROM TH' SOUWPOF ^| YOUR CLOWM SAK1K TO J WHAT'S INSIDE I GUES5 I'LL HAVE BUY TEKRY A BIRTH" A> TO LEAVE TH' COWS IN AN' . ' DAY PRESENT? filVE HIM TH' BANK,TOO.' y THE WORRY WART 6-IB P.M.— Noon—National News, Farm Markets & News, & Extension Advisor Program 12:30—Noon News (Nat'l., Local) 1:00—Country Music in Stereo 4:15—News 4:125—Howard Cosell Speaking on Sports 4:30—Country Music in Stereo 5:00—News (Nat'l.. Local) 5:30—The Ralph Emery Show 6:30—Country Music in Stereo WGIL-FM will broadcast sporting events ot area and national interest. Check WGIL's sports schedule in Monday's Hegliter-Mail (or exact time. News irom the American FM Radio Network can be heard on WGIL-FM at iiiteen aitar each hour. Station WGIL Radio FM Schedule Note: Monday's schedule is the same as Tuesday through Friday except thbt the station It oft the air from Midnight to 5:00 AM. TUESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY Midnight—Nighttime Music 5:00— News and Sports 5:05— Wake Up Show 6:30— RFD in Illinois 6:00— News, Weather & Sports 6:10— Wake Up Show 6:30— News. Weather & Sports 6:40— Wake Uu Show 6:55— Complete Weather Show 7:00 -C'ountry Music in Stereo 7:30— Breakfast Edition of the Newt 7:45— Country Music in Stereo 8:15- News 8:20—Howard Cosell Speaking on Sports <:2o—Country^lc in Stereo Station WAIK Radio Program Schedule MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY A.M.— 6:00— Daybreak with Swlck & Rog 6:55— Weathercast 7:25—Swick on Sports 7:30—Paul Harvey News 7:35—Local News 7:50— Astroguider 8:0.5—Weathercast 8:10—Memory Lane 8:35—Viewpoint 8:45—Town Crier 9:45—ABC World of Sports 10:05—Farm Market Fla =,h 10:06—Oalesburg Reports 11 :')5—Trariio 11.30 Morning Music- P.M.- 12:00- Paul Harvey News 12:15—Local News 12:30—Order Buyers Keport 12:40— Swick on Sports 1:00- -State News 1:35—Viewpoint 2:40—Job Finder 2:45—Town Cncr 3:10—ABC Bu.sine»s News 3.35—Viewpoint 3 45- ABC World of Spoit. 4:05—Farm Market Flash 4:35—Club 36 5:06 Business News 5:10 Club 36 5:10—Club 36 5:35—Reynolds Commentary 5:45—ABC Sports 5:50—Dinner Music 6:35—Viewpoint 6:10—Easy Listening Local News on the Hour ABC News on the Half Hour Passenger fatalities and injuries from train acci* dents showed a significant decrease during the first half of 1972, with no such fatalities in a train acci< dent. This was the first time since 1966 that no passengers died, while in the same period there were 79 fewer injuries than the 315 in 1971, The World Almanac says. Grade-crossing fatalities dropped from 682 to 625 over the 6 month period. Copyright © 1973 Newspaper Enterprise Aesa. FLOyP, WHY PIP SOU HIRE HOVT TO PBETBNP 50ME0MB WA* TRVING TO KILL yOU f RIGHT-AUNT APA ANP KAY KEEWE1...I NEPPEP AN EXCUSE TO GET AWAy KFI?0M THEMi JOHNNY HAZARD R3RGOTTEM/" ZURICH AtR TERMINAL, V J HERE W1N<5 AGEMT HAZARP te BROUGHT LIP SHORT gK.. r N-No«,rr<e» ousrrT KlOTFO56i0LE/ ji ^SNAP HUNTER., RENOWNED NEW&FHOTO- <5RAPHEB. 6HOTCOWM OVBB. RrmNS-THROliSH A CALL. T5ELAYEP KXAATHLLITe-TO HIS AIRBORNE H.Q. ' AM?. 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