Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 27, 1973 · Page 32
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 32

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 27, 1973
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Qolesburg Register-Moil, Galesbufg, 111, Wednesdoy, June 27, 1973 33 SHORT RMS MV^OKES MUST Be SET- TJN& BefTEl4/THE OMcl OU0T TOLP THE KlN6 L£PT HIM . eftscnuessl BUZ SAWYER $ v ft i- DLOND1E "I Iff WAS WOPIWG A WE COULt> GET JSY NEW DRAPES W >iAW6 NEW tl RUGS BUGS BUNNY WHAT'S THAT YER WORKIN' ON/ SYLVESTER? I'M PONS A REPLICA OF RODIN'S FAMOUS STATUE "THE THINKER" i OF COURSE, I'M JUST SETTIN& 5TARTEP1 Transportation Departure* I'M SURE THE NfeWS OP HIS GRANDFATHER'S PEATU WA3 BROADCAST* THAT MEANS HE PK06ABLT HW OP IT 86FORE TWE EXECUTORS CONTAcTEP HIM... ...WteSIt)/ HIS SISTER PALL'S 10 HER DEATH 1H THE KNUR AW UK'S A FEW MILLION POL LARS RICHER. NO %Ct\VMl" COULD HAVE COME" AT A MORE OPPORTUNE TIME '71 Walt Disney's SCAMP Burlington Northern Eastbound 348 Chicago (Mon.-Sat.) . 7:35 a.m. 6 Chicago (Mon.-Sun.) 7:55 a.m. (Stops at Aurora only) 348 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 9:08 a.m. Chicago 10:10 a.m. Santa Fe Westbound Houston 8:00 p.m. Los Aneeles 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 16 4 15 3 Eastbound 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 points south .12:05 p.m To Springfield (III.), St. Louis (Mb.) and points south (Fri.-Sun.) 4.05 p.m. To St. Louis 5:20 p .m. AIRLINE SCHEDULE Ozark Northbound 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 OUR BOARDING HOUSE-Wiib Maj, Houple 80? 807 To St. To St. Louis 10:22 a.m. Louis . —- 9:42 p .m. • Jacoby On Bridge 'Impossible' Slam Comes In NORTH (D) 27 A85 VAK643 • K985 + Q7 WEST EAST AQ72 AK1096 VJ97 VQ1085 • J4 4 62 + J10982 +K63 SOUTH *AJ43 ¥2 • AQ1073 *A54 North-South vulnerable West North East South Station WGIL Radio AM Schedule and IV Pass 2* Pass 3+ Pass 3* Pass 3N.T. Pass 4* Pass 5 + Pass 6 + Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—* J By Oswald & James Jacoby We are indebted to Swedish expert Jan Wohlin for today's hand. South might well have let his partner play at three no-trump, but he had fallen in love with his three aces and eventually pushed to six diamonds. ' He covered West's jack of clubs with dummy's queen. If West had led from the king everything would be fine, but when East produced the king at first glance South saw no way to make 12 tricks. There is no bonus for giving up, so South thought a while. He asked himself, "Is there any combination of East-West cards that will allow me to make my slam?" Finally he worked one out. Trumps would have to break 2-2 and hearts 4-U. That wasn't too much to ask, but there was a Jittlo problem of finding enough entries to dummy so that he could get two club discards without having to play more than two rounds of trumps. South took his ace of clubs; led a heart to dummy's king; ruffed a heart with his 10 of trumps; led a low trump and finessed dummy's nine. This apparently mmocestinvy finesse was taken to give himself an extra quick entry to dummy, South ruffed another hear!. Both opponents followed and business was good. A trump to dummy's king brought down the last two enemy trumps. Now South discarded his two clubs on the ace and six of hearts; conceded a spade trick 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 0:00—News 6:10—Music 6:30—News NLS & Sports 6:40—Music 7:00—News 7:10—Music 7:3u—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 0:00—News 0:05—Speak Easy 0:30—News 9:35— Speak Easy 10:00—News 10:05— Mid -Morning Markets 10:10—Speak Easy News on the Hour 10:30—News 10:35—Problem 8c Solution 11:00—News 11:05—Musio 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 U:M— News 12:50—Sports 12:55—Jack Anderson 1:00—News 1:05—Music During the Afternoon Halt Hour. Otherwise 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 6:38-rSports 5:55—Jimmy The Greek 6:00—News ••• 0:05—Music At Night. Newt on the Hour and Half Hour. Otherwise Mutlc 10:00—Nightcap News 10:15—News in the World Today 111:30—News ••••10:35—Music 11:00—News 11 :()5—Music 11 :.'i0—Sports Scores 11:35—Music All Night Long News On The Hour and HtU Hour. Otherwise Muslo NOTE: •—Monday Only *•— Thursday Only •••—Sportsline Tuesday Only • •••-On Friday Night Sports Round table V/HATS NEXT, MMOR? V/ILL Y0U PUT SAM OH THE RACIN* CIRCUIT OW&O^ RIGHT TO HOLLYWOOD ' FCRTrtE MOVI&? Aw", ITS MORE HIS 5TVLETO 5TART A BOOK SO HE CAN DO A SLOW .FAOEOUT AFTER WE P0R6BT.' BAH! V0U CRITICS STILL HAVEN'T RECOGNIZEE* MY PROMOTIONAL JTALENTS.'ACTUALLY, THE NEXT DEVELOPMENT MAV BE EVEN MORE STARTLING.' fffl . t.j. US to. Oil. WINTHROP HELLO? HELLO? ) ^ ^ hj| f HELLO A }T HELLO/ W 1 / Jl r J / r \ 1 /« J| '\ \ HELLO// CAPTAIN EASY £AM HAS SURPRISE OUT OUR WAY-By J. R. Williams Station WGIL Radio FM Schedule Not*: Monday'* *ch*dul* 1* in* tame a* Tuesday through Friday •xcapl that the itatlon I* ofl in* air from Midnight to 5:00 AM. TUESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY Midnight—Nighttime Musio 5:00—News and Sports 5:05—Wake Up Show 6:30— RFD In Illinois 6:00— New*, Weather & Sport* U:lt>— Wake Up Show 0:30—News, WeaUier & Sport* 0:40—Wuko Up Show 6:55~-Complete Weather Show 7:00—Country Music in Stereo 7:30— Breukfast Edition of th* New* 7:45—Country Music in Stereo 8:15— News 8 20— Howard Cosell Speaking on Sports «:25— Country Music tn Stereo P.M.— Noon—National News, Farm Markets & News, & Extension Advisor Program 12:30—Noon News (Nat T l., Local) 1:00—Country Musio in Stereo 4:15—News 4:25—Howard Cosell Speaking on Sports 4:30—Country Music in Stereo 5.00— News (Nat'l., Local) 5:30—The Ralph Emery Show 830—Country Music in Stereo WQIL-FM will broadcast •porting events o( area and national interest. Check WOIL's sports schedule in Monday's R»gi*ter-MaU tor exact lime. News from the American FM Radio Network can b« heard on WG1L-FM at fifteen after each hour. Station WAIK Radio Program Schedule and racked up the slam. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn,) MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY A .M.- 8:00—Daybreak with Swick & Rof 6:55—Weathercast 7:25— Swick on Sports 7:30—Paul Harvey News 7:35—Local News 7:50—Astrogulder 8:05— Weauiercast 8:10—Memory Lane 8:35— Viewpoint 8:45— Town Crier 9:45—ABC World of Sports 10:05— Farm Market Flash 10:06— Oalesburg Reports ll :05 -Tradio 11.30 Morning Muslo P.M.— 12:00—Paul Harvey News 12:15—Local New* 12:30—Order Buyers Report 12:40-Swlck on Sport* 1:00 State News 1:35-Viewpoint 2:40—Job Finder 2:45—Town Crier 3:10—ABC Business New* 3:38—Viewpoint 3:45—ABC World of Sports 4:05—Farm Market Fi«sh 4:35—Club 36 5:06 Business News 5:10 Club 36 5:10—Club 38 5:35—Reynolds Commentary 5:45—ABC Sports 5:50—Dinner Music 6:35—Viewpoint (i:40—Busy Listening Local News on the Hour ABC New* on the Half Hour Matter of Fact In the northern and west* ern United States poverty tends to be concentrated in the cities, while in the South most poverty is rural, The World Almanac notes. Among whites less than half the poor are children, while among blacks well over half are children. Women are less likely than men to begin their lives, in poverty; but in old age, they are far more likely to be poor XT C0 "- JOHNNY HA7ARD ALLEY OOP WELL, THAT'S ALL I ACTUALLY SAW,,.BUT HE SLEEPS BESIDE AN UNGUARDED CAMPFIRE SO THERE MUST BE OTHERS.' niE BORN LOSER MNl^! I BROUGHT] .SW^OrYWfeJ} J FUNNY BUSINESS •laper'ltotflrprt** 3 A*»H. 'x've HAD A. Berreg MAKE ITADQUBMT' trIO

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