Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 19, 1973 · Page 24
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..1 i r - -T J r . I V- .1 . f J SHORT RIBS BUZ SAWYER A PIKE BLONDIE A .1 <4 ^ ^\ k. % h L •• s \ -JsV* m t Walt Disticv*s SCAMP BUGS BUNNY HOW VO VA FEEL ABOUT yEK FIRST DAY OM TH' JOB ? , j PON'T YOU \ SURE, BUT CONSIPER ITH WORKING ONI THESE TALL BUILOiNSS PAN6ER0US? IS GOOD W4' YA ©ET USEC T' ITi JUST STAY WITH ME J I'LL HAVE YA FEELIN' FREE AM' EASY IM NO TIME! °#£%S$k 6-19 M-OOK AT BITTY V TRYlMG TO DIG! WINTHROP Transportation Departures Eastbound 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 16 Chicago 9:06 a.m. 4 Chicago 10:10 a.m. Santa Fe Westbound 15 Houston — 8:00 p.m. 3 Los Angeles 9:25 p.m. BUS SCHEDULE Westbound To West Coast — 7:00 a.m. To West Coast — 5:20 p.m. To Davenport (la.) and West Coast (Fri. and Sun.) 6:20 p.m. To Peoria-Indianapolis —12:05 p .m. To Chicago-East Coast „12:05 p .m. To Chicago-East Coast 7:20 p.m. To Peoria-Indianapolis „ 7:20 p.m. Southbound To Springfield (111.), St. Louis (Mo.) and point? south 12:05 p .m To Springfield (111.), St. Louis (Mo.) and points south (Fri.-Sun.) 4.03 p .m. To St. Louis 5:20 p.m. AIRLINE SCHEDULE Ozark Northbound T 702 To Chicago* 8:35 a.m. •(Except Sunday: 702 becomes 790 departing 9:00 a.m.) 810 To Chicago 6;35 p.m. Ozark Southbound 803 To St. Louis _10:22 a .m. 807 To St. Louis 9:42 pjn. OUR BOARDING HOUSE-With Maj, Hoople DO i erARr OFF ON MV OR MV RIGHT FOOT WHEN I WALK? Jacoby On Bridge 12 Cinch Tricks, 13th Tough Station WGIL Radio AM Schedule lecting last 40 By Oswald & James Jacoby Fred Karpin has been col- bridge hands for the years. Every so often NORTH * A J VQ84 • AQ J + AK1093 EAST WEST 41098643 V J973 • 53 472 V65 # 98762 + J875 as played by taken from SOUTH (D) 4KQ5 VAK102 • K104 *Q64 Both vulnerable "West North East 7 N.T. Pass + Opening lead— A 10 he produces a shows how and why these hands were played. Today's hand Sam Stayman is his latest book, "The Art of Card Reading at Bridge." Sam opened one no-trump. His partner looked at his 21 high card points; wasted no time with the Stayman convention and just bid seven. Sam looked over dummy and saw that he had 12 top tricks and two peaces to get the 13th. The contract was a very good one, but careless play would have left him one trick short. Sam wasn't careless. He started by cashing three spades and discarding a club from dummy. East dropped the deuce of diamonds on the third spade. Then Sam tackled hearts only to have East show out on the third lead of that suit also. next two tricks were taken by dummy's queen and jack of diamonds and everyone followed. to count. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY A.M.— °4:55—Sign On Portals of Prayer 5:00—News 5:05—Music 5:25— Collins Market 5:30—RFD Illinois 6:00—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 & Sports 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—Ne ws 10:35—Problem & Solution 11:00—News VMMS rr LIKE LOW IN* vom THE TRA<X5AN\? V0 Y0UJ? \7cW CAM y0U FEEL k CHILL CREEP ABOUND THE SEAT BELT? P5P50NALLV. I'M CHICKEN ENOUGH TO BLACK-OUT ON FREIGHT ELEVATORS/ THAT5 WW I NEVE* PUT N\Y CAR IN OVERPRIVE, 5AN\! 1 DON'T KNOW WHAT THE CAR FEELS LIKE, <5UY5-v*THEY'RE PELIVERIN* IT TO THE TRACK THE N16HT OF THE RACE. f ig) 1973 hi Nu, i«. t m US. to. Oft. 1 MAV NEVER WALK AGAIN/ CAPTAIN EASY 7. i It * 1 # t Ml 1973 bj HtA, T.M. K* 9 . U.S. Pol. OH LL SAVE: OH 6A50LINE- WHEW X FIR^T MET AM6HT HELP ME GET UP BNQU6H 70 ftRE/AK AWAY FROM AUWT APA i BUT KAY/ HERSELF; BE5AW GETTIW6 P0££E££!VE ANJP EKACTLyj„.PKerEN«N6 /VNV UF& WA& IM PAfO^EK WA^ THE ONLV X COULP THINK OF TO <BBT AWAY FROM BOTH OF THEMl BLAZED! WASN'T THAT ^ORT OF OVgR- REACTIN6?M,X ME AW I'M £T!LL. MOT^UREI UNPER^T- OOP^i PUT IT THI£ WAV1 EA$y„.A TIGHT LEA2H <5BT IRK^OAA^i 1973 JOHNNY HAZARD • I OUT OUR WAY-By J. R. Williams PS 11:05—Music 11:30—Ne ws 11:35—Music 11:55—Portals P,M. of Prayer Now Sara stopped had started with six West spades, four hearts and at least two diamonds. He couldn't have more than one club. : Sam cashed dummy's ace of clubs; led the 10 of clubs to tftl^e the sure -thing finesse g^ftiflst East's jack; cashed his qyeen of Clubs; entered dummy with (tea ace of diamonds and inacte his grand slam. 12:00—News 12:05—MarKets & Farm News 12:15—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. Othowiie Music 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, News on the Hour and Half 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—Sports Scores 11:35—Music All Night Long News On The Hour and Half Hour. Otherwise Music NOTE: *—Monday Only •'—Thursday Only -Sportsline Tuesday Only -On Friday Night Sports Roundtable THERE THEY OO AGAIM-- YEP.' DOWM TO THE BALL PARX.vVlTH SEATS IM THE BLEACHERS AW HIGH OF PIC^IKJO OFF AW OVER- THB-PBKiCE HOME PUW/ HA& CONTACT EP STILL W& cTUST MERCY M\55iOtsI tH 1 1 ITTTr t t L' ****** • * 4 ' 11 I I ' "*r, < i it ^ .'ii • . * * IS" I \ i t«« * > • 4 I * •1' • Ml* ' ,: fl^ ***** m GREAT EXPECTATIONS i^- t I4>1 W H(l Uf T» l n Ul !•> M ***** .CDRRE5FONPEKT, 5HE WA£ OUT WITH ALLEY OOP THE BULLET HE FIREP AT YOU MUST HAVE XWOW.' WE'VE RICOCHETTED INTO / GOT SOME WORK THIS ZONE UNIT.' I TO 0O ON THAT ^ BABY/ •US: Station WGIL Radio FM Schedule Note: Monday's schedule is the same as Tuesday through Friday except that the station Is off air from Midnight to 5:00 AM. the 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 6:10—Wake Up Show 6:30—News, Weather & Sporls 6:40—Wake U D Show 6:55—Complete Weather Show 7;00— Country Music m Stereo 7:30—Breakfast Edition of the News 7:45—Country Music in Stereo 8:15—News 8:20— Howard Coseil Speaking on Sports 4:25—Country Music in Stereo 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 4:25—Howard Cosell Speaking on Snorts 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 •porting events of area and national interest. Check WGfL't iports schedule In Monday's Register-Mail for exact time. Newt from the American FM Radio Network can be heard on WGIL-FM at fifteen after each hour. Station WAIK Radio Program Schedule MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY A.M.— 6:00—Daybreak with Swick & Rog 6:55— Weathercast 7:25—Swick on Sports 7:30—Paul Harvey News 7:35—Local News 7:50—Astroguider 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 11:35—Tradio 11.30 Morning Music P.M.-12 00- Paul Harvey News 12'IV-Local News 12:3 'J- Order Bu>eis he pod Swick on Sports State News Viewpoint Job Finoer Town Crier ABC Business News Viewpoint 3:45—ABC World of Sports 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 fi:40—Easy Listening Local Newt on the Hour ABC Newi on the Half Houc t ,„ ITS LUCKV I THREW THE SWITCH BEFORE, THE BULLET HIT/ YOU THREW 1 THE SWITCH 9?p 7 I i 1 HE BOIIN LOSER WORLD ALMANAC FACTS 12:40 1:00 1:352 402:45- 3:103:35- Ssiint Patrick's Day is the feast day o$ St. Patrick, a Christian missionary and patron saint of Ireland. The day is believed to have been first celebrated in the U.S. on Mar. 17,1737, when a group of Irish Protestant merchants met in Boston, The World Almanac recalls. A three leaflet shamrock is worn to commemorate St. Patrick's use of it to illustrate the Trinity doctrine. Copyright © 197? Newspaper fiaterprU* AWk FUNNY BUSINESS

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